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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007364||Taler||documentation||public||2022-09-17 01:18||2022-09-19 08:20|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Product Version||git (master)|
|Summary||0007364: reseat "Back-office Web service manual"|
|Description||This chapter (curently 9): https://docs.taler.net/taler-backoffice-manual.html|
can seem out of place and too short. It should be integrated elsewhere in the doc tree.
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CG adds in off-list mail:
We should then
also update the links from docs.html.j2 (www.git) accordingly, to point
towards whatever documentation we have on the merchant SPA.
[Adding it here in order to not forget.]
I notice, too, that:
mentions Python 3.7, which might be getting long in the tooth
nowadays. I wonder if our code is version agnostic (or "future
proof", or "upward compatible") enough that we can drop that
particular blurb from the documentation. Hmmm.
||I'm pretty sure >= Python 3.7 should suffice.|
AFAIK this backoffice is not being used and it's just replaced by the backoffice SPA which is deployed with the merchant backend.
I think we can just remove this documentation.
||Yes, that's what I was thinking. Is there any reasonable documentation for the SPA we can link to instead (from docs.html)? Anything to preserve?|
Since that manual is no longer useful, it was deleted:
(If we need to document SPA interaction in the merchant manual, we can open a new issue.)
|2022-09-17 01:18||ttn||New Issue|
|2022-09-17 01:18||ttn||Status||new => assigned|
|2022-09-17 01:18||ttn||Assigned To||=> ttn|
|2022-09-17 01:22||ttn||Note Added: 0019140|
|2022-09-17 01:23||ttn||Note Added: 0019141|
|2022-09-17 22:51||Christian Grothoff||Note Added: 0019142|
|2022-09-17 23:45||sebasjm||Note Added: 0019143|
|2022-09-18 00:07||Christian Grothoff||Note Added: 0019144|
|2022-09-19 08:20||ttn||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2022-09-19 08:20||ttn||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2022-09-19 08:20||ttn||Note Added: 0019145|