First, when I selected the resource with Articles on the resources tree, the area on the right become completely blank. But, I cleared the cache of my navigator and the content was displayed… almost. Because, the table of all articles are still empty: No data to display. However, I have several articles inside.
Are there any relevant errors in the MODX error log? (Does something get added when you open the “Articles” resource?)
When you open the developer tools in the browser → tab “Network” and then load the “Articles” resource, there is probably a XHR request that loads the rows for the grid. What is the response? Is there an error message in the response?
First, I have no XHR but if I click on the reload button below the table, the XHR file appear but i still have no content in the table. And if I click on “index.php” (same line of XHR), I have the previous error on Preview tab.
Ok, so you are saying that the XHR request to https://yourdomain.com/connectors/index.php with the “action” parameter = Articles\\Processors\\Article\\GetList returns a “Allowed memory size […] exhausted” error message?
This is weird! The “limit” parameter limits the response to only 20 items?
Maybe a specific articles creates the problem.
Does something change if you reduce the page size (“Per Page:”) under the grid?
In the “Network” tab of the developer tools, you should see the size of the response (from the AJAX-request to the processor).
Then when you click on the request in the list, a new window should appear on the right, where you can see (for example) the actual raw response data.
I don’t understand: since the last modification (few days ago), I just reset the parameter his->modx->getOption('articles.mgr_article_content_preview_length',null,300); and now everything works. What the hell is this? Maybe it’s one old article that generated a glitch, because I see that my client create 3 new articles today. So, I notice that everything is fine only just now.
Anyway, since I cannot longer reproduce the issue, I consider it fixed.
So, I just want to thank you @halftrainedharry Thank you for your time, your kindness and your explanations.
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