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Subset Editor "Right Click" bug on linux Editor 4.1.0-377
Last Post 12 Jan 2022 08:38 AM by Joe Flack. 2 Replies.
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RyanButcherUser is Offline
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05 Aug 2014 05:32 PM
    We have jBoss7 running on an RHEL box with the DTS 4.1.0-377 ear file deployed.

    The DTS editor is being used on local machines interacting with the jboss machine. Local machines have OS, RHEL, MacOS, and Windows 7 . Again, all hitting the same terminology server hosted on the RHEL box

    1. A subset is created using the subset editor.

    2. When opening the Subset Expression Editor and right clicking on the root node as described on page 144 Apelon DTS 4.0 Editor Users Guide no secondary menu appears to "Add Namespace Filter" or "Add Subset Filter".

    The secondary menu does not appear on RHEL or MacOS but does appear when using DTS Editor on Windows 7.

    Think this is a bug

    Dr. DiTSUser is Offline
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    05 Aug 2014 05:58 PM
    We have identified a few places where the Editor right-click menu does not appear on Linux. This is due to inconsistent programming of the Java popupTrigger method. Unfortunately there is no known workaround. We will be reviewing and correcting Editor behavior on Linux in DTS 4.2.

    Thanks for the notification and please do post any additional inconsistencies you uncover.
    Joe FlackUser is Offline
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    12 Jan 2022 08:38 AM
    How do you get DTS Editor to run on Mac? I would love to know how.
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