Pulling my hairs because of the archive behavior

Hi. I’m not able to make the archive behavior monthly index page working
:frowning:
I’ve the following content on the monthly index page:

<r:archive:children:each order=“desc”>

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but the above content fails to render the expected list of pages for
the month. I’ve two entries for September 2, both child of the
“/en/bioenergy-monitor/” archive (behavior) page, which works as
expected since it provides all articles with the proper url: (for
example) “/en/bioenergy-monitor/2006/09/02/my-article/”

I’ve looked several times at the demo blog content and structure, but
it seems all is OK.

Does anybody have an idea to help?

Is there something specific I’ve to look at? Debugging how?

Many thanks in advance.

–M

Maurizio B. wrote:

Hi. I’m not able to make the archive behavior monthly index page working :frowning:
I’ve the following content on the monthly index page:

I’ve looked several times at the demo blog content and structure, but
it seems all is OK.

Does anybody have an idea to help?

Since you have you have it setup like the following?

± Page with Archive Behavior
|
± Page with Monthly Archive Index behavior
|
± First Post
|
± Second Post

The Monthly index should be a child of the page with the archive
behavior (on the same level as the posts).


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com

Thank you for your reply. Yes, I did structure the site as you mention.
To fix this temporarily I created a page at the same level of the
archive page (/en/archive/) and, with the following content, it works:

<r:find url="/en/bioenergy-monitor/">
<r:children:each order=“desc”>

<r:link /> (<r:date format="%B %d, %Y" />)


</r:children:each>
</r:find>

but if I do this:

<r:find url="/en/bioenergy-monitor/2006/09">
<r:children:each order=“desc”>

<r:link /> (<r:date format="%B %d, %Y" />)


</r:children:each>
</r:find>

the above doesn’t work.

So far, it seems is the <r:archive:children:each > tag doesn’t work as
expected.

Maurizio B. wrote:

but if I do this:

Can you privately mail me and export of the site? Hit:

/admin/export


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com

For more information:

http://pastie.caboo.se/11443

Patrick H. wrote:

Was there ever a resolution to this problem? It would appear I am
having a very similar situation.

May be this one:
http://dev.radiantcms.org/radiant/ticket/257

Luigi

On 9/2/06, John W. Long [email protected] wrote:

So far, it seems is the <r:archive:children:each > tag doesn’t work as expected.


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Was there ever a resolution to this problem? It would appear I am
having a very similar situation.

Thanks
pth

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