Unable to edit existing C5DK posts after upgrading to latest version of C5 (8.2.1) and C5DK Blog (8.2.1.0)

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I upgraded a development site for testing to the latest versions of C5 (8.2.1) and C5DK Blog (8.2.1.0) and the site is functioning fine, except that I am unable to edit existing C5DK posts. The C5DK Blog List displays the existing posts correctly. I can click on an existing post and read the existing post, however the only button that appears is "New Post". In other words, the "Edit Post" and "Delete Post" buttons are not visible for all C5DK blog posts that existed before the upgrade. I have no problem creating new posts, and for all new posts the "New Post", "Edit Post" and "Delete Post" buttons are visible.

If this is the intended behavior, please let me know.

Type: Ticket
Status: Archived
digitaris
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C5DK replied on at Permalink Reply
C5DK
Hi,

Could you check that the "Blog Author ID" page attribute is still there and showing the same number as the new posts where it works OK.

/Michael
digitaris replied on at Permalink Reply
digitaris
Michael,

My sincere apologies. I completely forgot about the multi-author capabilities of C5DK Blog. Thanks to your reminder to confirm the Blog Author ID value, I can confirm that everything works perfectly, as designed. If I am logged in as the blog author, I see the "Edit Post" and "Delete Post" buttons for all existing posts. If I am logged in and I am NOT the author of the blog post, I will not see the "Edit Post" and "Delete Post" buttons. It works as designed.

Thanks for helping clear up my confusion!

Best regards,
David
C5DK replied on at Permalink Reply
C5DK
You are welcome!
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concrete5 Environment Information

# concrete5 Version
Core Version - 8.2.1
Version Installed - 8.2.1
Database Version - 20170802000000

# concrete5 Packages
Backup Pro (3.4), C5DK Blog (8.2.1.0), Fundamental (4.0.2), ProTools Login Block (2.0.0), ProTools Spacer (2.0.0), Whale Social Links (1.0.0)

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