Critical bug: 2 webpanels with same window-name, makes it impossible to login to SuperOffice

Hi forum.

When creating 2 webpanels with the same Window Name, SuperOffice Online crashes when I try to login again.

In the example below the Window Name is Distance, thus making the reference name contact.distance.

It is entirely possible to create another Webpanel with the same Windows name, but when doing so, SuperOffice crashes upon trying to login.

This is really critital to Online solutions, where this can't easily be fixed in the database :/.

Is there a work around to login anyway?

 

RE: Critical bug: 2 webpanels with same window-name, makes it impossible to login to SuperOffice

Of course I had to test in on my own demo-online solution, with only one user login, and now I can't access this aswell 🙄

Av: Kasper Rosenlund 27. feb 2019

RE: Critical bug: 2 webpanels with same window-name, makes it impossible to login to SuperOffice

Hi Kasper,

You should be able to login into the web admin when you use admin/default.aspx in the URL. Frome here you can change the web panel and do a ?flush to make the change active.

Kind regards,

Alexander Hesselberth
SuperOffice Benelux B.V.

Av: Alexander Hesselberth 27. feb 2019

RE: Critical bug: 2 webpanels with same window-name, makes it impossible to login to SuperOffice

Oh yes, thank you :). That helped a lot.

I thought that I had tried, but I must have misspelled some parts.

Av: Kasper Rosenlund 27. feb 2019

RE: Critical bug: 2 webpanels with same window-name, makes it impossible to login to SuperOffice

Your'e welcome :-)

Av: Alexander Hesselberth 27. feb 2019

RE: Critical bug: 2 webpanels with same window-name, makes it impossible to login to SuperOffice

Bugreport from 2017: https://community.superoffice.com/en/product-releases/bugs-wishes/product-issue/?bid=52793

Av: Frode Lillerud 27. feb 2019

RE: Critical bug: 2 webpanels with same window-name, makes it impossible to login to SuperOffice

Thank you Frode - only 1½ year old :D. Is it enough to follow the bug 🐛 to make it move further up the line?

Av: Kasper Rosenlund 28. feb 2019