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ID Category Type Reproducibility Date Submitted Last Update
0001337 [In-Portal CMS] Admin Interfaces bug report always 2012-07-03 03:20 2012-07-25 05:29
Reporter alex View Status public  
Assigned To alex
Priority normal Resolution fixed  
Status closed      
Summary 0001337: Don't use Admin-specific list settings on Front-End
Description One of the powerful features of Administrative Console in In-Portal are lists (grids).

Each list can have unlimited number of rows and columns. Each column can have a filter block above it, that allows to filter displayed rows based on data in that column.
Filters from different columns can be easily combined to get more specific results.

All list have following settings, that can be tuned once by "root" user and then automatically populated to all users, who tries to use them:
* item count to show per page
* columns to be used in default sorting
* visible columns, their order and widths

This was done for In-Portal installation, that have multiple (>10) administrator accounts with different permissions each. Then "root" user can setup layout for all other administrator users.

Recently (in In-Portal 5.1.3) I've found a side effect of that functionality: sorting set by "root" user in "Visitor Log" section (with In-Commerce installed) in Admin Console was populated to "Affiliate Statistics" page on Front-End resulting SQL error, because "OrderAffiliateCommissionSum" field used in sorting exists in Admin Console only.

I'm proposing not to use described functionality on Front-End at all.
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