Product Tags Error when Editing with "View All” button.

-This error has been reproduced using a fresh install of 1.6.2. on php 7.0 and php 5.4
a)both in a subdirectory and
b) in the root directory on a live hosted domain.
-Log in as
a) Admin as well as
b) another user profile with privileges that sufficed to add or edit products.
-The issue occurs using either Basic or Advanced views.
- The issue occured with both of two languages active as well as with one inactive.

Steps to reproduce:
Log in and go to:
1) Products > Edit > Tags
Assuming there are tags move on to step 2, else
Ad a new tag, say mytag1, mytag2. Click plus to add and save. Once tags have confirmed as added by refreshing the front end, proceed with step 2

2) Click View all and touch tags with the mouse. It is enough to click a tag, then click apply. It made no difference if there is no change made like delete a tag. Save or save close.
Refresh and review tags.
Either a “NaN” or “1” value or multiple ones have appeared.
There are also entered into the DB table.

Adding a new product or editing an existing one, new or existing tags made no difference, the tags are corrupted and altered.

NaN entry cannot be deleted from the interface.

Purging the data using Export/Import back and forth does not change the behaviour observed.

Not repro:
Adding tags manually without touching the View All does not trigger this issue in our trials.

Logs with multiple entries of the errors message below were logged, however they stopped logging after a numer of times even though the tag error itself continued to reproduce.

2018-03-17 10:57:32 - PHP Notice: Undefined variable: applied in /home/emoda/public_html/stg/admin/view/template/common/show_all.tpl on line 32
Tuesday, March 20 2018, 01:26 AM
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  • Accepted Answer

    Monday, April 02 2018, 02:21 PM - #Permalink

    Finally made a patch.It is attached. You have to unzip-it first and use only show_all.tpl file.
    This is the path:
    You need to owverwrite that file.

    It will work if there is only one language.
    If there are two or more languages play(edit) with row 146 in show_all.tpl:
    language_id = 1; //parseInt($(this).attr('id').replace('show-all-tag-language', ''));
    Let me know if this works for you.

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  • Accepted Answer

    Wednesday, October 03 2018, 10:55 AM - #Permalink
    Hi Arrasta Support !
    You should fix this in Arrasta 1.6.3
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    Thursday, October 04 2018, 09:44 AM - #Permalink
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