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Umb 7.14.0 upgraded from 7.3.8
Having upgraded apparently successfully, the Umbraco.RelatedLinks Datatype is now marked as (Obsolete). I want to create a new version that just picks a single item. I don't see RelatedLinks nor RelatedLinks2 in the available DataTypes list when creating a new one. I'm just wondering what's happened to them as I'm stuffed without either.
I've copied a fresh set of Umbraco and UmbracoClient files over from zip but still no RelatedLinks. I have two RTE's in the list though which is strange as one is actually empty :(
Does anyone have any idea where to look to sort it out?
I'm wondering if setting the <showDeprecatedPropertyEditors> in the umbracoSettings.config file to true will help any? At least you should be able to see the obsolete property editors in the developer section under "Datatypes".
I've found this in the documentation here https://our.umbraco.com/Documentation/Reference/Config/umbracoSettings/#obsolete-data-types
Thanks for that. It got me all the obsolete DataTypes, which is good as that's what the whole site was built with. But, it doesn't get me the new RelatedLinks2 DataType. Not sure if I actually need it right now but it's just worrying it's gone AWOL.
In conclusion, although I'd done things like restarting the site, restarting the app pool, re-built, re-indexed, etc. When I started up the machine the next day, the RelatedLinks2 suddenly appeared in the DataType list.
Just one of those Windows things, I guess.
Good to hear you're now able to see the property editor - I assume you also tried bumping the clientdependencyconfig file to clear the backoffice caching? Not that it matters now - Just curious :)
To be honest you could be right there. I didn't bump the clientdependency number during the upgrade. But it was bumped during the work I was doing after the restart. So maybe that was it! Certainly one to remember.
I realise that this is a couple of years old, but it's the first hit in Google.
There's something odd about RelatedLinks2. A fresh install of 7.15.6 without a starter kit has a pre-configured Related Links data type using RelatedLinks2. However, if you try to create a new data type then RelatedLinks2 doesn't show up in the list of available property editors.
By extension, if you upgrade an earlier site to 7.15.6 then you don't get the option through the UI to switch your existing data type over to RelatedLinks2. The only way I could find to do it was to update cmsDataType in the database and change it over to RelatedLinks2 from there.
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