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  1. PUBLIC - Liferay Portal Community Edition
  2. LPS-28145

Alert message for page using a site template goes away after refresh

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      When a newly created site is using a site template, after modifying the site page, you receive the alert, "This page has been changed since the last update from the site template. To avoid overwriting those changes, no further updates from the site template will be done". If you make a change to the site template and refresh the site page, the alert message goes away. This is misleading because the user will assume that the site page still reflects the site template.

      End Goal: To have the alert message stay displayed even after the site template gets modified/refreshed

      Steps to reproduce:

      1. Start 6.1
      2. Control Panel>Site Templates
      3. Create Site Template>Save
      4. Add some content to Template
      5. Control Panel>Sites>Add>Choose Site Template
      6. Navigate to created site
      7. Make change in site>alert box appears
      8. Go back to Template>Refresh/Make change
      9. Alert box in Site goes away so it appears that the site and site template are still in sync

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              Assignee:
              pani.gui Pani Gui (Inactive)
              Reporter:
              matthew.chin Matthew Chin
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              Jonathan McCann
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                8 years, 32 weeks ago

                  Packages

                  Version Package
                  6.1.1 CE GA2
                  6.1.20 EE GA2
                  --Sprint 11/12
                  6.2.0 CE M2