Hi OF team, I am struggeling with finding guidance on the IDM language/expressions for Collect that was in your Wiki before (http://www.openforis.org/OFwiki/index.php/Inventory_Data_Metamodel). GONE! Please help me to find details on that! (Btw, your whole Wiki is completely empty, hope you put the content somewhere else!)

Thank you, Lutz

Amendment: the Wiki source code is still there, but pages are not rendered (independent of browser). Maybe a problem with your Mediawiki installation. I would be happy to find an alternatice access to the IDM documentation.

asked 24 Jan '18, 07:26

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edited 24 Jan '18, 07:36

Hi Andras,
The new version of Collect embeds the documentation on IDML in it, so there's no need to access the (old) Wiki page for it anymore!
Open Foris Team

P.S. ...and thanks for your comments on the new look and feel ;)

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answered 13 Mar '18, 15:01

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Dear Lutz,
We had some problems updating the Open Foris server to a new (and faster) infrastructure, so the Wiki stopped working.
We will dismiss soon the Wiki and we will include the documentation on IDM expressions in Collect manual and in the application itself.
Meanwhile please use a cached version of that page if you need it. You can access it using this link.
Many thanks,
Open Foris Team

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answered 24 Jan '18, 10:59

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Dear OF team, this and many other Wiki pages were quite popular and useful. Can we still access the cached versions of the other also? Thanks Joseph

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answered 26 Jan '18, 14:35

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Hey OF Team,

I have the same question/request as Joseph, could you please make the cached IDML page available again? Thanks a lot!


P.S.: Haven't used Collect since last summer and downloaded the latest version of Collect and CM recently. You've done well! Like the new looks :)

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answered 13 Mar '18, 08:30

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