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  • Zoran 4 posts 24 karma points
    Jan 31, 2016 @ 12:17
    Zoran
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    Relations not transferred - Umbraco 7.2.8 & Courier 2.51.5

    Hi,

    It seems what ever we do we can't seem to force Courier to copy the relations.

    Staging and Production site.

    Default Relation Types: relateDocumentOnCopy

    Content created/Updated/Published > Copy > Relate to original > Destination in another language > Updated/Published.

    Relation created in the table on Staging.

    Couriered the first one (original) Couriered the second one

    Content is fine on Production, relation is not created on Production, there is not entry in the Relations table.

    In courier.config the setting is as follows:

      <relations>
        <add>relateOnCopy</add>
        <add>relateDocumentOnCopy</add>
      </relations>
    

    The first one is there by default, we've added the second one.

    The log files doesn't show any exceptions or anything unusual. Debugging is enabled.

    Steps tried till now:

    • clientDependency version increment (files deleted and re-created)

    • Internal index deleted Multiple scenarios of different document types created and couriered

    • Updated Courier to 2.51.5 (it was 2.51.4 originally)

    • Tried pulling content from Production (using Update on Courier)

    • Checked and re-checked permissions (it's full trust for files and
      db_owner for database)

    Much appreciated if you can help out.

    Regards,

    Zoran

  • Gleb Kaplan 47 posts 123 karma points
    Feb 27, 2017 @ 16:12
    Gleb Kaplan
    0

    We have the same issue with the very latest version of Courier (3.0.5) and Umbraco 7.5.6, the relations are simply not transferred. Both parent and child nodes are presented in the target database.

    We have both types in courier.config

      <relations>
        <add>relateDocumentOnCopy</add>
        <add>relateOnCopy</add>
      </relations>
    

    By examining courier revisions folder, I can see that the relations were included into the revision file:

    <Relations>
            <Relation>
                <ItemType>Item</ItemType>
                <RelationTypeAlias>relateDocumentOnCopy</RelationTypeAlias>
                <ChildId>c5e41726-6fb8-4ac2-ae18-d9e831ce6b71</ChildId>
                <ParentId>fbd15b4d-4a54-41c4-b992-348a76e359a6</ParentId>
                <DateTime>2017-02-26T14:48:18</DateTime>
            </Relation>
            <Relation>
                <ItemType>Item</ItemType>
                <RelationTypeAlias>relateDocumentOnCopy</RelationTypeAlias>
                <ChildId>7acbe58a-d48d-4b4f-baa6-e9331d834074</ChildId>
                <ParentId>fbd15b4d-4a54-41c4-b992-348a76e359a6</ParentId>
                <DateTime>2017-02-26T14:48:19</DateTime>
            </Relation>
        </Relations>
    

    Any ideas?

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