I would like to exclude from my user list those, who have registered but have not yet been approved by the admin (in German: "Aktivieren"). (I know, that could be managed by user´s role, but thats more work).
Klaus - Hamburg
Exclude non-acitvated users(12 posts) (3 voices)
Hi,Posted 1 year ago #
Hi - you need a field to exclude or include by.
Add the field to the list for now. See what values come up.
Decide what value is the one to exclude or include by.
Enter that value in the exclude or include column, UPdate
Rebuild cache.Posted 1 year ago #
I did a great users lists with your plugin. Thanks for that.
Now, I did a new list with some values exclude... Ex: In field District, I have values 01 to 15 and I would like exclude 01... When I do that, I get no list...
Do you know what happen ?
you need to find out exactly how the data is stored - is it '01' or '1'.
also when you specifying the exclude - make sure that there are no spaces anywhere
eg not '01 ' or '1 '.
Try it with other values eg: '15'
also make sure you have rebuilt the cache etc.
Also make sure that you have records with other values - ie that they are meeting the criteria - no other exclusions or inclusions etc.
Thank for your answer, but I tried all these things without success...
When I have anything exclude I got the list, but when I put a number or when I try another field with word, I loose the list. I am sure about my data.
I have another list where the exclusion works perfectly, so I don't understand what happen with this new one.
Other ideas ?
you have not said how your fields have been created and stored in the database. Are they stored as proper wordpress meta values. the plugin does it's best to figure out non-standard meta. Actually if it is able to display the values, then that should not be the problem.
As far as I am aware there has never been a problem where one list works and another doesn't - it usually comes down to the setup or the configuration somehow.
So how to find out what is different for you or to fix it.
Try deleting that list. Then start with the list that 'works' - copy it - there is a utility.
Then slowly change it to be like the one that you want.
Removing fields and adding fields.
Make sure that you update each setting change.
Rebuild the cache, check that the setting has taken effect and works the way that you want.
DO NOT save the headings until you are finished and even then only if you need to change them from the field names - else you may end up with headings that do not relate to the columns that you have.
I'm using amr-user+cimy and as I told you, I have a list without this issue.
So, I rebuild a new list, same problem. I copy the working list and follow your suggestions without succes.
Any other suggestions ?
Sorry did not mean to leave you so long. I'm fresh out of suggestions.
No one else has reported this sort of problem before. Usually it comes down to something funny in their data or they are not setting it up right.
if you want to, you can email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) a SQL dump of your users, usermeta and cimy tables and wp options.
If it turns out to be a bug I'll fix it if possible.
If it turns out to be data or setup or something weird with your system that you should have been able to debug yourself I'm afraid I may have to charge a small fee for the support effort (I'll probably write up a post telling you what to do, and you can choose to 'buy' it) - time is money :-) )
I sent you my SQL tables...
HI, just created a test system and loaded your data files and all is working fine. I will send you some screenshots and an export of the list settings.
I created one list excluding quartier 01 - that works fine. 295 records listed
I then copied that list - that works fine too.
Try 'importing' the list I created and see if that works.
If you still have problems I'd be inclined to reset al the plugin settings and start 'clean' again.
Perhaps your system or settings are somehow corrupted or maybe there is some weird php thing happening?Posted 10 months ago #
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