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Possible bug in notebooks



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Chris McKay

Posted: Sep 06, 2011
Score: 1



I've just upgraded by app to use ToodleDo's notebook feature and I'm finding a weird oddity. Frequently the lastedit_notebooks field in the account information is being returned as '0'. All of the other fields are being returned with correct timestamps.

Could this be something that I've done? I can see the notebooks in ToodleDo that my app has pushed over, but the system is still giving me a 0.

Thanks for your help!
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Sep 07, 2011
Score: -1



Since a few days, I have the same issue.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Sep 07, 2011
Score: 1



Are you using API 1.0 or API 2.0? Is this from the "2/account/get.php" API method? If you edit a notebook, does it affect the value that is returned?
TaskUnifier

Posted: Sep 08, 2011
Score: -1



API 2.0
Yes 2/account/get.php

I didn't try to reproduce it yet, but from what I remember, I created a notebook with the API, I updated it with the API.

Then, when I tried to retrieve the modified note with the API, that note wasn't in the list.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Sep 08, 2011
Score: 1



I'll look into it. Please let me know if you are able to reproduce it with a series of steps.
Chris McKay

Posted: Sep 08, 2011
Score: 1



This is definitely occurring in the 2.0 API (my app doesn't use the 1.0 API).

I can reproduce it doing the following:
1. Push some new notes using 2/notebooks/add.php
2. Sync again without adding any notes
3. Make a call to 2/account/get.php

In there, all of the times are set correctly (even lastdelete_notebook, if any notebook entries were deleted). Just lastedit_notebook is set to 0.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Sep 09, 2011
Score: 0



Ok, I think I found the problem and fixed it. Can you please re-test and confirm?
Chris McKay

Posted: Sep 13, 2011
Score: 1



The bug is still there. Here is a copy of the JSON structure that comes from account.php. For security reasons, I've 'x'ed out the user id:

{"userid":"xxxxxxxxxxxx","alias":"chris","pro":"0","dateformat":"0","timezone":"-4","hidemonths":"6" ,"hotlistpriority":"3","hotlistduedate":"14","hotliststar":"1","hotliststatus":"1","showtabnums":"0" ,"lastedit_folder":"1315885430","lastedit_context":"1301438909","lastedit_goal":"1298541325","lasted it_location":"1289084743","lastedit_task":"1315880544","lastdelete_task":"1315837908","lastedit_note book":"0","lastdelete_notebook":"1315328013"}

As you can see, there are timestamps for everything except the lastedit_notebook value.

Thank you for looking into this.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Sep 13, 2011
Score: 1



Try editing a notebook and see if that timestamp updates.
Chris McKay

Posted: Sep 15, 2011
Score: 1



Editing it directly seems to have set the date. But, if I upload any changes from my app, the lastedit_notebook field remains unchanged.

So, I guess the bug is that the lastedit_notebook field is not being updated when changes are made via the API.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Sep 15, 2011
Score: 1



I was not able to confirm this in my testing. Are you using API 1.0 or API 2.0? Can you please give me a series of API calls that demonstrate the problem?
Chris McKay

Posted: Sep 16, 2011
Score: 1



I'm using API 2.0. However, I stand corrected as my observations earlier this morning seem to have been incorrect. It looks like it's synchronizing correctly now.

Thank you for your help in troubleshooting this.
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