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I'm new to Umbraco and iIve been trying to get a new site up. Whenever I try to Publish a document, I get the following error.
at MySql.Data.MySqlClient.Driver.Create(MySqlConnectionStringBuilder settings)
at MySql.Web.Common.SchemaManager.GetSchemaVersion(String connectionString)
at MySql.Web.Common.SchemaManager.CheckSchema(String connectionString, NameValueCollection config)
at MySql.Web.SiteMap.MySqlSiteMapProvider.Initialize(String name, NameValueCollection config)
at System.Web.Configuration.ProvidersHelper.InstantiateProvider(ProviderSettings providerSettings, Type providerType)
the problem is I'm not Useing a MySQL database. I'm Using a MS SQL database. I've been searching around and I can't seem to find any one who's had this problem before. All other functions of the website work just fine. and after attempting to Publish a document, the document properties for the "Link to Document" show as
I've Installed Umbtaco 7.1.8 from the Webplatform Installer and From Nuget.
I can install one of the default templates and the whole site works fine unless I try to publish a new document.
If i start from a New site I can made the first root document at ~/ but then all other documents fail to publish.
I do have the MySQL for Visual Studio, MySQL .Net Connector, and MySQL ODBC Connector installed for an unrelated project. But i'd like to see all my options before I remove them.
My connection string bellow
<remove name="umbracoDbDSN" />
<add name="umbracoDbDSN" connectionString="server=BRYAN-LAPTOP\SQLEXPRESS;database=UmbracoTemplate;user id=UmbracoTemplate;password=****" providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" />
Uninstalling MySQL for Visual Studio, MySQL .Net Connector, and MySQL ODBC Connector worked.
I don't know which one the culprit is though.
Hi Bryan and welcome to our,
I know that if you see the minium system requirements here http://our.umbraco.org/documentation/Installation/system-requirements for Umbraco 7, it says that you could use a MySQL datbase, but I think tthe truth is that this database has not gotten much attention, and especially not after the SQLCE database become available to use when Umbraco.
So my advice to you is that to use a Microsoft SQL database, or to use the bult in SQLCE database, and since you are using the Umbraco 7, then installer is setup to use the SQLCE default, but as you already has discovered you can change it to use another database.
I know that is not the answer that you was hoping for.Hope this helps, anyway.
Thanks for the reply
But was using Microsoft SQL for a database connection and getting MySQL errors.
It looks like though that the MySQL connectors I had installed where sneaking into my .Net
Sounds like an issue with the 3rd party software rather than Umbraco itself. Do you have other .NET based applications running, that don't rely on Umbraco? If so did you ever experience the issue on those? If the issue is related to Umbraco it's something that should be filed as an issue on the issue tracker I think.
But I suspect this is something that would happen outside an Umbraco context as well though.
But glad you managed to get up and running :)
I'm getting this exact same problem. I have installed umbraco using SQLCE, not mysql. When I create a new content item I get the same error as above. I noticed that the content Items are created if I refresh.
I do have mysql installed for other projects so the data providers would be installed in the machine.config. Is umbraco doing something weird were its grabbing a data provider from the machine config or something?
I had a very similar issue. The fix was to run the MySQL installer and have it uninstall the .NET Connector for MySQL: http://our.umbraco.org/forum/umbraco-7/using-umbraco-7/58112-Cant-publish-due-to-MySqlWebv20
The issue is apparently that the installer modifies your machine.config, which may affect any .NET project.
Done some more digging looks like the bug is in umbraco.presentaion\content.cs ln 368:
I know nothing of the umbraco source but looks like the SiteMap provider is doing something weird, I'll keep digging. If anyone know anyone on how this Sitemap provider is working please chime in
Looks like the issue is with MySql installing a default siteMap provider in the machine config:
<add name="MySqlSiteMapProvider" type="MySql.Web.SiteMap.MySqlSiteMapProvider, MySql.Web, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=c5687fc88969c44d" connectionStringName="LocalMySqlServer" applicationName="/" />
** TO FIX **
Add the following to your umbraco web.config under the system.web section:
<providers> <remove name="MySqlSiteMapProvider" /> </providers>
Someone should probably log this as a MySql bug
Thank you so much.
I was having this problem too and this solved it instantly.
Solved my issue - was going crazy - could not publish nodes in a new installation because of this. Thanks a lot for providing the fix Mike.
I was also fighting with this issue. Shame that I can't upvote yet, but Mike - you have my upvote when I reach minimum karma level :) Thank you! #hi5yr
BIG THANKS TO MIKE !
I was very close to change the Hosting Company I'm with.
Placing the following in the web.config fixed it!
<siteMap> <providers> <remove name="MySqlSiteMapProvider" /> </providers> </siteMap>
chaps, i found this post after going through a world of pain with the exact same issue re umbraco busting after installing mysql...
although the web.config update at a site level fixes the problem, i'm now in the tricky situation of ALL of the umbraco sites i run on my machine failing!
i can go through an update all the web.configs but this is confusing to the other devs who don't have mysql installed and are questioning why this setting is even in there...
does anybody know of a machine level fix for this?! i'm hunting around at the mo but though i'd pop the question here ;)
Same issue, was using MS SQL server but installed MySql onto my workstation that caused this.
Adding the extra xml tag to web.config as described fixed it
Thank you very much.The problem was solve Ok Uninstalling the Conectors!!!
Same issue starting fron github code with Visual Studio.
MySql gets around even if I work and setup web.config for SQL Server.
fix works, but is there any action taken from Umbraco to solve this ?
@mellogrand Yes, this is being fixed for 7.3.1: http://issues.umbraco.org/issue/U4-6125
So the web config snippet will be added by default as of 7.3.1!
Your solution saved me :)
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