University of Oregon

Site Migration Report Header updated

I updated the Site Migration Report Header to include a filter for each relevant book;

Benefits, Classification & Compensation, Employee & Labor Relations, OA Employment, Policies & Leaves, Records & Data Management, Recruitment & Employment, Work-Life Resources.

Plus an option to view all the categories.
Here’s a screen shot:

Site Migration report header

Site Migration report header

Updated Site Migration Overview Report

I updated the the Site Migration Page List Report today, refining it to include only those nodes that can accept a ‘migration link’ URL. This excludes the “Link” node type which wouldn’t have an ‘old site’ equivalent. Our report looks much more manageable now!
Old:

Old Report overview screen shot


Vs.
New:

New Report overview screen shot

Changed mailto recipient on CSTDAC crontab

I updated the scheduled jobs (crontab) for CSTDAC this morning. It now email’s me if we have a failure.

By default error messages are emailed to the root user but using the “MAILTO” variable on the first line of crontab alters that:
MAILTO=otheruser@domain.com

Migrated OHMAC to odt/ohmac

I migrated the three ohmac pages (main, faq and forms) to ODT and redirected all traffic from the shell account to the ODT site.
Old URL: http://ohmac.uoregon.edu
New URL: http://odt.uoregon.edu/ohmac


Backend info:
The new odt pages are Drupal books. I nested them and relinked them to each other. I also set all the external links to open in new windows.

Enabled php on shell by adding php.cgi and adding this to the .htaccess page:

RemoveHandler .php
AddType application/my-httpd-php .php
Action application/my-httpd-php /~ohmac/php.cgi


# redir ohmac to odt/ohmac
RewriteEngine ON
  RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^ohmac$ [NC]
  RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://odt.uoregon.edu/ohmac [R=301]

  RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^ohmac.uoregon.edu$ [NC]
  RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://odt.uoregon.edu/ohmac [R=301]