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Bug #7153

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MetacatUI doesn't render private archived content correctly

Added by Chris Jones about 6 years ago. Updated about 6 years ago.

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Resolved
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Normal
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Start date:
11/04/2016
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Description

When trying to view a metadata document that has been archived with its direct #view URL, MetacatUI fails because it only checks to see if the content is in the Solr index. I dont know if this is limited to private content, or if it's the same behavior for public content. Either way, when #view/{pid} is accessed, we need to 1) query Solr for the record (which we do), then if nothing is found, we need to see if the object is archived via /meta. If it is, and access is granted, we need to call the view service to render the science metadata.

The data tem interns have been running into this, and so I checked it out with this example:

https://arcticdata.io/catalog/#view/urn:uuid:15b0247a-b681-464f-bed2-9229cc686af8

When passing the token in to /meta or /view, getting the system metadata or the XSLT'd content works fine:

curl -H "Authorization: Bearer ${token}" "https://arcticdata.io/metacat/d1/mn/v2/views/metacatui/urn:uuid:15b0247a-b681-464f-bed2-9229cc686af8" 

and 

curl -H "Authorization: Bearer ${token}" "https://arcticdata.io/metacat/d1/mn/v2/meta/urn:uuid:15b0247a-b681-464f-bed2-9229cc686af8" 

Actions #1

Updated by Chris Jones about 6 years ago

  • Description updated (diff)
Actions #2

Updated by Lauren Walker about 6 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Resolved

The metadata document will be displayed even if archived. MetacatUI will pass the document through the view service and display the rendered metadata. It will also display a warning message that the content is archived.

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