[EP-tech] Possible Bug? Sort order in browse views. (in 3.3.10)

Matthew Brady Matthew.Brady at usq.edu.au
Wed Apr 16 06:43:10 BST 2014

Hi All,

An academic has noted that the papers in their browse view aren't being listed in the correct order... eg (http://eprints.usq.edu.au/view/uniqueauthor/141.html within 2013, there are 2 at the bottom starting with 'A').  My initial thoughts were I had fudged something while I was reworking the AuthorID code into the browse 3.3.10 framework.  I checked http://authors.library.caltech.edu/view/year/1930.html as well, as they have a stock standard install of 3.3.10 and its happening there as well.

There appear to be two sorted lists that get stacked together.....
The first list is sorted correctly,
The second list contains titles that start with "A", "An", "The" which are sorted in the correct order (if you ignore the "A", "An", "The" at the front..)

Has anyone else noticed this?



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