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Last Post: November 28, 2013

Hi All,

Is there a way to force the createdBy select user pull down in a record to display in alphabetical order?

 It would make re-assigning author access only listings that were originally created by admins much easier.

I think the closest related post on the forum is:

http://www.interactivetools.com/forum/forum-posts.php?postNum=2215513

But I don’t want to start messing around with the internal program code without some guidance.

Thanks,

Jerry Kornbluth

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Hi Dave,

Thanks for this.

I think the code you wanted me to update might actually be in cmsAdmin/lib/menu/default/common.php

But when I add the code you suggested, I'm throwing this error at the top of the record list ...

: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/k9class/public_html/cmsAdmin/lib/menus/default/common.php:1065) in /home/k9class/public_html/cmsAdmin/lib/menus/header.php on line 2

Best,

Jerry

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Hi Jerry, 

I think the code you wanted me to update might actually be in cmsAdmin/lib/menu/default/common.php

Yep that's right, thanks!

But when I add the code you suggested, I'm throwing this error at the top of the record list ...

: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/k9class/public_html/cmsAdmin/lib/menus/default/common.php:1065) in /home/k9class/public_html/cmsAdmin/lib/menus/header.php on line 2

Are you running the latest version?  It sounds like some whitespace or extra characters might have been accidentally updated when you edited the file.  You should be able to modify the MySQL query without issue.  I'd try reverting back, and then making the change again, and if still no luck then just email me the CMS/FTP login details and I can take a look for you (to dave@interactivetools.com, don't post login details to the forum).

Thanks!

Dave Edis - Senior Developer
interactivetools.com

Thanksgiving dinner's over and I'm stuffed.

Don't know why, but I revised a fresh copy of the file and it worked as planned.

Thanks for this and for including it in the next upgrade.

Best,

Jerry Kornbluth

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