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Has anybody else had this problem and if so does anyone know of a solution or a workaround?
Seems like the package you have created is expecting a certain node with the nodeid of 1186, which is not exiting in the umbraco instance you have just installed it on.
So I guess you'll need to update the id reference to the proper id of the node you want to use in/for your datatype. How is your package working? If you're counting on a certain node to always have the same id you're doomed to fail. You can't be sure of that. But on the positive side this is easy to change by modyfiying the nodeid to an id that exists in your instance.
This is a classical error, which I have made myself a couple of times. I hope the above makes sense. Otherwise just let us know :)
I can't see why the package should be expecting specific node ids. (The 1186 error was just an example - it happens with all my non-standard Data Types but obviously with different IDs) To my knowledge I haven't coded anything using specific node IDs - the Data Types were created in the normal way in Umbraco just with different names to reflect their purpose. I don't see how I *can* have entered an ID at any point for a Data Type.
Well since the error states that a node with the nodeid is missing there must be something about it.
Don't you reference a node in your macro? Can you explaing what your macro does and what parameters it expects or perhaps show a screendump of it's parameters if it has got any?
Does your package contain any XSLT files, where an id could possibly have been hardcoded into it?
I have 3 non-standard Data Types:
(a) hidden (a 'no-edit' Data Type)
(b) ps (a macro container Data Type which allows 8 different macros)
(c) a checklist with 3 preValues
When using the Data Types I reference them via the drop down list
provided in the Document Type they are used in.
The package contains a number of XSLT files with their respective macros but I can't see how these could reference the Data Types by id since no id ever appears in the interface for a Data Type (and I haven't resorted to hacking the database or the config files to try to find one!) - all Data Types show the GUID rather than an ID (and no I haven't been hardcoding with the GUID either before you ask). I reference the Data Types via their alias in the XSLT.
The exact same thing that Essy reports is happening with me. Was there ever a resolution to this?
@mikerouse - it might be worth starting a separate thread, with some details of your set-up (Umbraco version, etc)?
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