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Hey there Umbraco Community,
Having an issue with deployment using Courier. When I'm deploying a page with widgets, it's not automagically assigning the new NodeID to the page. Everything that I've been able to find in the documentation for courier says that it will automatically handle any Node IDs, since they won't necessarily match between environments, and make sure the correct node ID's are assigned to the widgets that are supposed to be on the page.
All of the content for the widgets, pages, and folders is being deployed correctly. With the exception of the IDs of the widgets assigned to the page.
Page: Node.Id = 13555
Folder: Node.Id = 13556
Widget: Node.Id = 13557
Page Widget Assignment: Node.Id = 13557
Page: Node.Id = 15678
Folder: Node.Id = 15679
Widget: Node.Id = 15680
I've read some posts mentioning that I should be using UniqueID since it get's transferred/persists during deployment across platforms. I haven't been able to determine a way to do this yet.
I've also installed Courier.Contib hoping that maybe it was a data resolver issue, but it wasn't able to help with my scenario.
My site is using a custom content picker for assigning the widgets to the page, because it will use a different marco depending on which one is selected in the step prior to widget selection.
I'm hoping someone will be able to offer me some assistance. It doesn't make sense to use Courier if it's not going to properly assign widgets to the pages we are deploying while using the tool.
Umbraco Version 7.2.8
Courier Version 3.1.6
As you mention that this is a custom content picker, you may need to go down the road of building a Courier Data Resolver. This is a small C# class to unpack the data and replace nodeIds with UIDs:
However, if your custom content picker simply stores a comma separated list of nodeIds (e.g. 1028, 1029) then all you need to do is add your property editor alias to the <contentPickers> section of Config\courier.config and courier will take care of the rest!
So it turns out that it might not be a custom content picker. As I've been digging through the code it looks to be a custom Grid Layout/Editor that the previous agency used when adding rows/content to the page.
From what I've read in other issues with Courier and custom grids it seems like there might not be a way to make this work.
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