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Firstly, please forgive the duplicate posting, this is also posted in the "installing umbraco" section but have had no responses from there yet.
Really hoping that someone out there in internet land will be able to help with this one. We've got a site running Umbraco 18.104.22.168 and unsurprisingly want to upgrade it to 4.7.0. I've followed the instructions on both the umbraco site (our.umbraco.org/.../upgrading-an-umbraco-installation) and on proworks site (www.proworks.com/.../), and i thought everything had gone fine, right up until i clicked on the media section. This is appearing blank. The other tree listings are all working as expected. Within the users->content channel we are strangly able to browse the media section there, so the media section does work.
I think i have read nearly all of the posts on here about the same issue, but we don;t appear to be experiencing the same symptoms.
I've loaded Fiddler and have looked in the log table, and can see that it is failing with a 500 error on the request for /umbraco/webservices/TreeDataService.ashx?rnd=ef0e8bc17ad143499e0f3274a1c598b8&id=-1&treeType=media&contextMenu=true&isDialog=false&rnd2=41.6.
I've looked in the umbracoTree and umbracoNode tables and there is an entry for both media Recycle and a -21 entries which other people have said has solved their issues.
We are running Windows 2008, with SQL Server 2008 and IIS 7.5 and .net 4.
Does anyone have any ideas? No matter how stupid or right wing....willing to try anything at the moment
Which upgrade path did you follow? Did you first upgrade to 4.5.2 or did you upgrade to 4.7 directly?
Also, which .NET framework does the version 22.214.171.124 run on? Perhaps you still need to upgrade some packages or custom code to .NET 4?
You might find upgrading 4.0.2 to 4.5.2 a path of less resistance as they run the same .NET version.
You could also try removing all dll's from the bin directly and replace them with the entire 4.7 bin directory.
Thanks for your responses.
Lennart. I've gone from 4.0.x -> 4.7 directly.
Rich. I've changed the version of the .net framework to run 4 (4.2.x runs .net 2), and took the dll''s from the 4.7 bin directory and dropped them straight into the upgrade version of the site. That appeared to work initially, then we found the media tree wasn;t showing, but the content tree was. Other people have mentioned that they weren't getting the content/media/user trees and there is a known fix for that. We're just getting the media tree misssing
As Rich already mentioned I'd also recommend upgrading to 4.5.2 first & run the upgrade wizard (which will run some db changes), and then upgrade to 4.7.
When you get the 500 error in Fiddler, if you click the "Raw" data tab you might be able to get a better error that could help pinpoint things.
Also, does this site have any notable custom packages/functionality installed? Namely anything with a custom Context Menu item? These changed in 4.5 and using the old ones can give your trees these problems.
Thanks guys, will gove the 4.5.2 option a go. will let you know how i get on
Best of luck!
Let us know how it goes.
Thanks for your help on this one, that has worked. was a right royal pain in the ass, but is now up and running.
For anyone else having to do this, do the upgrade to 4.5.2 and go from there.
I had to delete the following DLL's to get it to work:
Iron*.dllMicrosoft.Dynamic.dllMicrosoft.Scripting.dllMicrosoft.Scripting.Debugging.dllumbraco.standardformhandlers.dllVistaDB For Umbraco.dllVistaDB.NET20.dll
Also, as i missed it, make sure you change the db connection within the web.config
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