find "value" if new entry is automatically "value0"
|Status:||Under Review||Start date:||2009-11-05|
|Priority:||Could have||Due date:|
|Target version:||TYPO3 6.0|
another small missing feature is this one:
alias fields in pages or domain records have to be unique in a website. so, our beloved TYPO3 handles this and adds 0 (or 1, resp.) to my new entry, if another element is using this value already.
now i know, THAT another item is holding that value already, but not WHAT item...
domain record: www.domain.org exists on pid 23
but what now? how about a small label showing me "what item" is using the value already? or even a link to that item so i can edit it -- since i'm entering a value i need. would make sense on growing pages.
for now, i'm going there by sql but this is still a technical way; inacceptable for ordinary editors.
how do you think about that?
Updated by Jens Hoffmann 11 months ago
- Status changed from New to Under Review
- Target version changed from TYPO3 4.3 to TYPO3 6.0
Thx for the request - sorry for the late answer.
So your suggestion is to show a "Tooltip" below
the Input field, if an alias exists, right?
Why not. And maybe mark the Text "red" to
indicate an error inside the field.