Re: how to be sure that there are not doble entries for org-id-locations

2023-06-18 Thread Ihor Radchenko
Uwe Brauer  writes:

> I am very confused. According to that part of the manual and I quote 
> ...
> Since the table is in another file I am also force to use an ID, as with
> the solution I posted before. 
>
> =org-id-get-create=
> =org-id-update-id-locations=

Hmm. Right.
So, is your question "how to check duplicate IDs"? If yes, the answer is
M-x org-lint

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Re: how to be sure that there are not doble entries for org-id-locations

2023-06-18 Thread Uwe Brauer

> Uwe Brauer  writes:

> Looks like XY problem.
> Why not just use remote reference?
> See 3.5.1 References section of Org manual.

I am very confused. According to that part of the manual and I quote 
,
| 
| where NAME can be the name of a table in the current file as set by a 
| 
| ‘#+NAME:’ line before the table. It can also be the ID of an entry, even
| in a different file, and the reference then refers to the first table in
| that entry. REF is an absolute field or range reference as described
| above for example ‘@3$3’ or ‘$somename’, valid in the referenced table.
`


Since the table is in another file I am also force to use an ID, as with
the solution I posted before. 

=org-id-get-create=
=org-id-update-id-locations=

So my problem still persists.

What do I miss


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Re: how to be sure that there are not doble entries for org-id-locations

2023-06-18 Thread Ihor Radchenko
Uwe Brauer  writes:

> Hi I am using the following workflow (for the org-aggregate pkg, but the
> logic for lookup is similar)
> ...
>
> And I want to extract the last column in another org file
>
> #+BEGIN: aggregate :table short-notes :cols "Name Result"
> | Name  | Result |
> |---+|
> | Smith |  9 |
> #+END:
>
> That *does not* work, so what I do I add to the file with short-notes
> via 
> =org-id-get-create=
> ...

Looks like XY problem.
Why not just use remote reference?
See 3.5.1 References section of Org manual.

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how to be sure that there are not doble entries for org-id-locations

2023-06-18 Thread Uwe Brauer



Hi I am using the following workflow (for the org-aggregate pkg, but the
logic for lookup is similar)

I have one file with a table
#+Name: short-notes
| Name  | Exam1 | Exam2 | Result |
|---+---+---+|
| Smith | 8 |10 | 9  |
#+TBLFM: $4=vmean($2..$3);f2


And I want to extract the last column in another org file

#+BEGIN: aggregate :table short-notes :cols "Name Result"
| Name  | Result |
|---+|
| Smith |  9 |
#+END:

That *does not* work, so what I do I add to the file with short-notes
via 
=org-id-get-create=

And org-id, 

However I find the selected «name» cumbersome (although I understand its
purpose) so I replace it by 
* Short notes
  :PROPERTIES:
  :ID:   short-notes
  :END:

and run 

=org-id-update-id-locations=

then everything is fine.

however my «smart» way of selecting org-id might run into problems,
since I accidently can introduce such and id, twice. 

Therefore is there any way to check it (other then opening the opening
.org-id-locacations and check it manually)?

Thanks

Uwe Brauer 


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