[ALF-12535] Node templates: Should work for folder hierarchies too Created: 26-Jan-12  Updated: 14-Aug-13  Resolved: 07-Jan-13

Status: Closed
Project: Alfresco
Component/s: Document Library
Affects Version/s: 4.0.c Community
Fix Version/s: None
Security Level: external (External user)

Type: Bug Priority: Minor
Reporter: Nicolas Raoul (Inactive) Assignee: Closed Issues
Resolution: Won't Fix Votes: 0
Labels: None
Remaining Estimate: Not Specified
Time Spent: Not Specified
Original Estimate: Not Specified

Linux Ubuntu 2011.04

Alfresco Community v4.0.0
(3979) schema 5025
Spring Surf and Spring WebScripts - v1.0.0
(Release 957)

Issue Links:
is cloned by ALF-19693 Node Templates: Should be able to sup... Closed
Date of First Response:


Steps to reproduce:
1) As admin go to "Data Dictionary / Node templates"
2) Create a folder, and in this folder create two other folder.
3) Go to Alfresco Share's document library
4) Click "Create content... > By templated node..."
5) Displays "Empty"

It should be possible to template a folder structure. It is a very common use case.

Comment by Nicolas Raoul (Inactive) [ 26-Jan-12 ]

The templating system works for normal files.
It is just a problem with folders it seems.

Comment by Will Taylor [X] (Inactive) [ 17-Dec-12 ]

This is one of a collection of Jira issues that have been reported against Community Edition after 3.1 but before 4.2 that either lack enough information to be recreated or have not been seen by the QA team or any customers using Enterprise Edition.

We want to make sure that valid issues that still exist in 4.2.c Community Edition have a better chance of getting addressed. To do that, we need to reduce the queue of issues that may no longer be valid.

Please comment on the issue with your testing results. It might be something like, "Yes, this is still a bug on 4.2.c and here are the steps to reproduce it" or it might be "Unable to reproduce on 4.2.c" or "Needs more information" etc.

If possible, we'd like this to happen by December 21. Any issues on this list that can't be re-produced will be closed out on December 28. They can always be re-opened if they crop up again.

Comment by Will Taylor [X] (Inactive) [ 07-Jan-13 ]

No response was received before the cut-off.
Please raise a new issue, linked to this issue, if it is found to recur.

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