The edit published_at field is disabled by default in the Admin interface.
You can enable it by changing a config value.

Radiant::Config['page.edit.published_date?'] = true

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On Sun, May 31, 2009 at 12:03 PM, Mohit Sindhwani <> wrote:

> Vassilis Rizopoulos wrote:
>> I have a self-built blog engine that stores article content in text files.
>> Most of the entries are in Textile so I don't see a problem there.
>> I would like to move this content to the new Radiant-based blog I got up
>> and running, and ofcourse I want to backdate them so that posting dates
>> reflect the original posts.
>> Now, I do not want to do this per hand. The article volume is big enough,
>> that contemplating changing the dates per hand gives me carpal tunnel
>> syndrome.
>> I've lready figured out how to post articles to Radiant and have them land
>> in the appropriate places but I can't figure out how the fields for the
>> publication dates are called.
>> So a post about turning these fields on in the Radiant forms, bt I once
>> again failed to do that. And since it was a hint I picked up from the old
>> site I can't find it again - and in the git wiki that page has not been
>> created yet.
>> Anyone have any pointers for me?
> Basically, if you have figured out how to move articles across to Radiant,
> you should be able to set page.published_at to the correct value as you
> want.  Just take a look at the schema of the pages table and you'll know
> which field to set up.
> Hope this helps.
> Cheers,
> Mohit.
> 6/1/2009 | 12:02 AM.
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