problem with referenced parties in Taxonomic Coverage
Attempting to use references in the party subpage of Taxonomic coverage seems to
corrupt entire package (erases referenced subtree)!
#3 Updated by Dan Higgins over 18 years ago
There was a data formatting problem is the publication date field. Java
DataFormat was used to check, but it was not set to accept the EML specified
format of YYY-MM-DD. This validation was removed and a help label was added to
show an example of the correct format.
Ideally we should let the user input the date in a variety of formats and then
reformat it properly automatically.
#4 Updated by Matthew Brooke over 18 years ago
"erases referenced subtree" issue due to DataPackageWizardPlugin
deleteExistingAndAddPageDataToDOM() method - this method:
" * deletes <em>all</em> existing subtrees of name subtreeGenericName, then * inserts data for each AbstractUIPage in pageList into the passed * AbstractDataPackage"
...so, when it is called by the CitationPage class, it is passed the generic
name "creator" (because the party in citation is called the creator
(citation/creator), which in turn means that the dataset/creator subtree(s) are
also deleted (but never re-written). Now working on a backward-compatible
#5 Updated by Matthew Brooke over 18 years ago
DataPackageWizardPlugin deleteExistingAndAddPageDataToDOM() method was working
correctly; however, calling code was passing incorrect generic name (as defined
in lib/eml200KeymapConfig.xml). Was using generic name for /eml:eml/dataset/creator
Added a new generic name and insertion details to lib/eml200KeymapConfig.xml,
and added dummy taxon citation title node to wizard's dummy datapackage in