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New-UDPage and wildcard Url #141

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fMichaleczek opened this issue May 4, 2018 · 2 comments

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commented May 4, 2018

Steps to reproduce

Create 2 pages with 2 Url : one with wildcard and another that include previous path.

New-UDPage -Url '/Test/*' -Endpoint {
    New-UDHeading -Content { 'Test' }
}

New-UDPage -Url '/Test/Base/Item' -Endpoint {
    New-UDHeading -Content { 'Item' }
}

Expected behavior

don't know :)

Actual behavior

Page is merge. Each part seems to load async.

But I have recurring message :
20:23:59 CallbackCmdlet Failed to look up variables.

This scenario is supported ?

It's very interesting to create a menu or a header page for subpages.


foreach ( $UDPage in $UDDashboard.Pages.Where{ $_.Url -like "/Test/*" } ) {
     $PageUrl = if ( $UDPage.Url[-1] -eq '*' ) { $UDPage.Url.Substring(0, $UDPage.Url.Length-1) } else { $UDPage.Url }
     New-UDElement -Tag a -Attributes @{ href = $PageUrl } -Content { Split-Path $PageUrl -Leaf  }  
 }

Environment data

  • Universal Dashboard 1.6.0-beta3
  • Windows 10 1709
  • PowerShell 5.1
  • Chrome 65.0.3325.181 (Official Build) (64-bit)
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commented May 4, 2018

CallbackCmdlet Failed to look up variables
#120

@adamdriscoll adamdriscoll added the bug label May 7, 2018

@adamdriscoll adamdriscoll added this to the 2.2.0 milestone Nov 15, 2018

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commented Nov 15, 2018

Resolved in 2.2.0

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