If one user of a document in a shared filestore has it open, another user on a different system attempting to open the same file is informed of this through a dialog asking him what action to take. However, the information given is
"Document <name> is locked for editing by <username> <date/time>"
The information in the lockfile also includes the name of the system which has locked the file, which is extremely useful for getting the file unlocked.
Example of lock-file contents:
Please can the information conveyed to a user attempting to open this file include the hostname (here artemis.silson.com):
"Document <name> is locked for editing by migtest on system artemis.silson.com since 04.02.2020 11:48"
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Put a Libreoffice file on a shared filestore and open it on logged in on SYSTEM_A by USER_A
2. Log in as User_B on SYSTEM_B and attempt to open the same file
Dialog not displaying that the file is open on SYSTEM_A
Include SYSTEM_A in the dialog
User Profile Reset: No
Follow-on from https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=101409 comment 8 and resolution.
Created attachment 157639 [details]
The dialog in question
This is the dialog box I am referring to
I support the request.