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Sorry for the non descriptive title, but my problem isn't easy to describe in a single sentence.
I am in the last stages of a major site conversion/upgrade and I have a problem which is preventing me from completing the project.
My site is hosted on a shared host. I cannot use backup and restore to move the database. I must script the changes -- both schema and data -- from my development environment to my target database.
I am using Sql2008 and Umbraco 4.9. I scripted out all tables like 'cms%' and 'umbraco%'. The script runs successfully. I run an object level compare between my development database and the target database and all objects have been created successfully. As as I can determine, the data has been inserted properly, but I must be missing something.
When I attempt to edit content, clicking on any node, I get:
articleTitle is a custom property for my DocumentType ArticlePage.
What could possibly be missing?
Obviously, my script has missed something, but what???
I have checked my cmsPropertyType and cmsPropertyData tables. These appear to have the same data as my development database.
What table provides the linkage between DocumentTypes and properties?
Can anyone please help?
Desperate in America.
Please try to recycle the application pool.
If that doesn't work, open the document type 'ArticlePage' in umbraco, look at the property 'articleTitle' and remember which datatype it uses.
Then go to Developer, open up Datatypes and select the datatype which you've remembered. This might give a YSOD which tells you more about the problem.
Recycling the app pool seems to have cleared the problem. A HUGE thank you to you!
Any idea as to the cause of the problem?
Maybe a bad cache or something...
Could you mark this topic as resolved?
How do I mark it as "resolved"? I don't see a link or button ...
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