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Collection should default to username
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Currently with other instances, a new post is created under drafts. It should be the users name when no collection was specified.

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in go-writeas PostParams tells JSON to ignore the Collection field

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fixed upstream issue, v2.0.1

matt added a comment.Thu, Jun 13, 1:12 PM

So, the PostParams.Collection field was left out of the JSON because it shouldn't ever get sent along with the payload. Instead it's used to set the API endpoint in go-writeas, e.g. /api/collections/{Collection}/posts. Is there another reason it's needed in the JSON?

Sorry I missed that part. I admit I was eager to do some work yesterday.

The reason is it wasn't working without it present, which is weird. The posts still went up as drafts. I can test again using the previous version.

matt added a comment.Thu, Jun 13, 1:53 PM

No worries. Yeah, the library should be taking the parameter and using it to change the endpoint, as is done here in post.go

OK, let's revert that commit and I will test more to see what the real problem is.

matt added a comment.Thu, Jun 13, 1:56 PM

Sounds good. I'll go ahead and revert it.

ok, super strange but it does work now without the collection being sent.