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  1. ui-users
  2. UIU-423

CQL Illegal State Error for 'null sortby personal.lastName personal.firstName'

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    • Bug
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • P3
    • Resolution: Done
    • None
    • 2.13.0

    Description

      In trying to launch the find-user plugin to assign a proxy (see UIPFU-8) I ran into this problem:

      • Go to my development system at http://localhost:8080
      • Click on the Users app
      • Search for "d" (since we no longer get a list of users straight away)
      • Click on diku_admin
      • Click the pencil icon at top right.
      • Open the Proxy/Sponsor accordion (which does not change the URL).
      • Click "+New" in the "is proxy for" section
      • Yields an error alert-box:

      ERROR: in module @folio/users, operation GET on resource 'records' failed, saying: CQL Illegal State Error for 'null sortby personal.lastName personal.firstName': org.z3950.zing.cql.cql2pgjson.QueryValidationException: cql.serverChoice requested, but no serverChoiceIndexes defined.

      This might be a consequence of recent changes to how the query-function for ui-users is configured.

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                mike Mike Taylor
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