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Generated feed problem


#1

Hi,
I have set a first filter, which assigns a tag on those articles I don’t want to see.
In a second filter, I set articles without the above mentioned tag to “publish”

Result:
Under Preferences - Feeds - Published &Shared Articles -Display URL I get an URL with the end:
https://mysite.com/public.php?op=rss&id=-2&view-mode=all_articles&key=m2fwwv5a19476rrr16f

This generated feed contains the unfiltered articles. What can I do to get the generated feed filtered?
The filter criteria is "article tag contains keyword"
The filter action: Publish arctiles (enabled and inverse matching are tagged)

All help will be much appreciated.

TTRSS v17.4


#2

Hi,
In addtion to the above mentioned problem, the articles shown under “published articles” within TTRSS are differerent from those shown wiht the external URL. Under “published articles” I see the ones I expeted, however the external URL shows many more articles.
Maybe I am understanding something wrong? Shouldn’t “published articles” within TTRSS be the same as shown at the external URL?


#3

i’m not sure wtf you’re doing with filters but yes, feed generated for published category inside tt-rss should have same articles in it. if it doesn’t your database is malfunctioning somehow, possibly with tt-rss running on myisam tables.

e: oh wait. why are you having view-mode=all-articles in the url? remove it, you are overriding the default view mode for the feed (i.e. published articles)

basically read this https://git.tt-rss.org/git/tt-rss/wiki/GeneratedFeeds


#4

Thank you for your hints. Strangely, view-mode=all_articles does lead to exactly the same as view-mode=published. It does not seem to have an influence at all in my case. Even if I omit this parameter I still get the same results.

And yes, the database is myisam. The table error-log ist empty. I have checked and optimised all tables but no change in result.Can you give me a hint what I could try? (Due to limitation of my provider, I cannot switch to a different database type). Thank you in advance!


#5

why am i not seeing any mention of you knowingly using tt-rss on an absolutely unsupported database type in your originating post?

i’m going to give you a few hours to provide a very good explanation for this before i suspend you for the next fucking millennium for wasting my time

fyi, myisam is not supported for a reason. shit is not going to work for you. which is what, amazingly enough, you are experiencing right now.


#6

I apologize for wasting your time. Unfortunately my provider does not give me the choice of a different database. And for other applications (mostly Drupal) it has been sufficient. I have been using TTRSS for about 4 months and never had any issues until now.


#7

i can’t begin to imagine what goes on in heads of people with this mindset. just search for myisam on the forums and you’ll see how truly screwed up you actually were/are.

anyway, thanks to you there’s going to be a hard failure check for this situation now. yay.


#8

The tables are actually Innodb not myisam. Sorry for submitting wrong information.


#9

Yeah, well, at least the code updates will prevent a lot of frustration here in the future.

Anyway, are you trying to get a feed that includes specific tags or labels? Versus, you know, the actual Published special feed? Because it kind of sounds like you’re trying to replicate functionality that’s already built in.


#10

i think i 'm just about done wasting time reading your posts, see you in 2018

try to figure out your shit until then