SOLVED: problems with ##AGNUID##

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SOLVED: problems with ##AGNUID##

Post by flyboy » Tue Aug 29, 2006 3:42 pm

Another problem with this.

I thought so...

I had played around with ##AGNUID## and noticed it didn't do anything. I just checked and I'm correct. It doesn't substitute anything. Here's my URL:

<a href=http://somehost.somedomain.com:8080/for ... D##">click here to unsubscribe</a>

The link that get substituted in the email is:

http://somehost.somedomain.com:8080/for ... D=##AGNUID##

notice the ##AGNUID## didn't get substituted. :(
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Post by flyboy » Tue Aug 29, 2006 4:12 pm

I submitted that as a bug. The dev team can either quash the bug or quash the bug report if it's operator error.
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link encoding

Post by maschoff » Tue Aug 29, 2006 5:03 pm

The link looks ok. Do other (normal) web links get encoded? If not, redirect service is not working - probably a problem of the installation? Try port 80 instead of 8080.
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Post by flyboy » Tue Aug 29, 2006 7:59 pm

Fedora Core 5
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MySQL v5.0.22

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link encoding

Post by maschoff » Tue Aug 29, 2006 8:26 pm

no, rather like this:

http://somehost.somedomain.com:8080/?ru ... v8lhg7eabc

Just subscribe to the OpenEMM newsletter and unsubscribe to check it out.
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Post by flyboy » Tue Aug 29, 2006 8:29 pm

I think we're in violent agreement.

My URL gets generated with "##AGNUID##" in it.

It should have "1.4.1.0.hv8lhg7eabc" in it.

There's a bug in your software.
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Does ##AGNUID## not work?

Post by maschoff » Thu Aug 31, 2006 9:24 am

Since ##AGNUID## works fine in our installations and before we invest significant time to find out what is wrong: Is there anybody else out there who has the same problem?
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Post by flyboy » Thu Aug 31, 2006 12:46 pm

I think I'm uninistalling and going back to 5.0.0. Between this and forms not working 5.0.1 is a nonstarter. You guys can argue this one out on your own--I'm out of breath.
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Post by minichip » Fri Sep 01, 2006 10:06 pm

Same problem here,

my urls are like to one from flyboy, e.g.

http://somehost.somedomain.com:8080/for ... D=##AGNUID##


I can confirm it in version 5.0.0, hadn't time to check it on 5.0.1. I'm running on debian 3.1

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##agnuid##

Post by maschoff » Sat Sep 02, 2006 11:59 am

@minichip: Indeed, the problem existed with 5.0.0 (as part of the double opt-in bug) but was removed for 5.0.1. Could you please check if your problem still exists with 5.0.1?

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Post by minichip » Sun Sep 03, 2006 4:36 pm

HI,

I can not confirm the error with version 5.0.1 of OpenEMM. I did a fresh install of OpenEMM and it worked for me, the url ist translated into a trackable link.


@flyboy

I had problems with the right URL in the html-window of the mailings since fckeditor was trying to sanitise the "&" . Check if the url in your a href statement is like this
http://your.domain.name:port/form.do?agnCI=1&agnFN=ShowProfile&agnUID=##AGNUID##
everytime I save the html fckeditor made something like this out of it
http://your.domain.name:port/form.do?agnCI=1&agnFN=ShowProfile&agnUID=##AGNUID

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bug in fckeditor configuration

Post by maschoff » Tue Sep 05, 2006 10:01 am

We can confirm minichip´s problem with fckeditor. Bug is now included in bug tracker #1552375. Workaround is simple.
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Post by flyboy » Tue Sep 05, 2006 2:04 pm

HERE'S THE BUG (AND AN ODDITY) with the ##AGNUID## tag...

I found the bug and an oddity with ##AGNUID##.

BUG:

##AGNUID## is not interpreted in the message “Previewâ€
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Post by IL » Wed Dec 20, 2006 10:13 pm

Using OpenEMM 5.0.2 I found that ##AGNUID## is only substituted if it is inside a trackable link.
It took me some time to find out that [agnUID] is always substituted. So to send links per email which:
- are not trackable
- need the UID
simply build them like this one:

Code: Select all

http://somehost.somedomain.com:8080/form.do?agnCI=1&agnFN=unsubscribe&agnUID=[agnUID] 

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"new" feature

Post by maschoff » Wed Dec 20, 2006 10:55 pm

Actually, this is a "new" feature I was not aware of - thank you for posting! :-)
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