Hi,

On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 12:46 PM, jerem <jeremie.bousq...@gmail.com> wrote:

> You're right, I had forgotten this ... So now it works !
> I could create a workspace, but ran through some more little issues :
> - seems my user is duplicated between the main wiki and the workspace (for
> example I'm listed twice in the workspace homepage "Top active members"
> list)
>

I once experienced this behavior and I think it's related to the actual
workspace creation process. This would only happen for the user that
created the workspace. Some of its actions were not registered as a global
user and were registered as a local workspace user instead. If you click on
the duplicate user listed in the "Top active members", it should point to
an unexisting local workspace user (page not found) as this would result
from the local-global confusion. However, I did not experience this problem
since 3.2 on and I think it was fixed by one of Thomas's fixes on how the
user is handled in the context. If you can tell me a clear way to reproduce
this, I will investigate it further.


> - I exported a space from the main wiki, and imported it in my new
> workspace. I tried to set a custom skin (custom skin page + custom color
> theme) to this workspace but only the logo is shown, this custom skin used
> to work correctly when it was a space in main wiki (I did not forget to
> copy
> the skin page and colorTheme page in the new workspace...)
>

A workspace is a regular subwiki in all aspects, except that it
does(should) not allow local user registration and can be created by
non-admin users. If you are having issues with creating a skin/color theme,
it should not be related to workspaces, so it should work as it would on a
regular subwiki. Make sure you don`t have any rights issues on the pages of
the skin/color themese, etc.


> - I get many errors like this in the logs :
> "ERROR o.i.ObservationContextListener - Can't find any begin event
> corresponding to [class org.xwiki.bridge.event.ActionExecutedEvent (ssx)]",
> with "ssx" replaced depending on cases by "view", "download", ...
>

No clue about this one. Not sure if it's relevant. Maybe Thomas know about
this since it looks like it's related to the new event mechanics introduced
recently that allows event grouping/nesting and such.


> - I created the workspace with another user as admin (but my user is admin
> of the whole wiki). If I click on "join workspace" I get an error in the
> page, saying that I must invited, and this is normal.


You should not see any Join Workspace if the workspace is in invite only.
Where do you see this button? In the Workspace Directory or in the
Workspace Information Panel of the new workspace?


> But it seems I'm added
> anyway as then I appear in the workspace members list. If I then click on
> "Leave workspace" I get an error "You are not allowed to view this document
> or perform this action.". Maybe an ambiguity with the duplicated users
> profiles ... ?
>

Make sure you are logged in with the global user and not with a
(not-supposed-to-be-there) local user.

Thanks,
Eduard

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