Due to another issue, I had to recreate some users (including the one I had been using as the administrator). Instead of just hiding the old users, I decided to delete them. It was a mistake to delete the old admin user because, now, scripts that were last modified by that user will not execute (even by the new admin user). The new admin user needs make some new modification to the script in order to execute it.
Is there a mechanism by which I could get a list of all the scripts that were last modified by that old user so that I could go in and clean up this problem at one go instead of one by one as I stumble onto those pages? Is there another workaround a person can use when they shoot themselves in the foot like this? Note that I tried restoring the old admin user from the deleted documents. He then appears in the user directory as expected. But the scripts will still not execute. So it appears that restoring a user has the effect of creating a new user with the same attributes as the old one instead of actually recreating the old user. Could this be considered an issue (defect or improvement) worthy of recording in JIRA? Mark -- View this message in context: http://xwiki.475771.n2.nabble.com/Deleting-admin-user-blocks-execution-of-some-pages-tp7598812.html Sent from the XWiki- Users mailing list archive at Nabble.com. _______________________________________________ users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.xwiki.org/mailman/listinfo/users