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I am wondering if anyone has experienced this issue.
I am using Hangfire to handle scheduled tasks. I am also using dependency injection within Hangfire to get to my content.
When I get a content node within Hangfire for some reason all my custom properties are null and also throwing an exception.
Please see attache.
This is also my method within my ISubscriberHelper class.
public JobAlertSubscriber GetJobAlertSubscriber(int Id)
using (UmbracoContextReference umbracoContextReference = _umbracoContextFactory.EnsureUmbracoContext())
IPublishedContentCache contentHelper = umbracoContextReference.UmbracoContext.Content;
jobAlertSubscriber = contentHelper.GetById(Id) as JobAlertSubscriber;
I'm assuming that because we are faking the context to acheive dependency injection within Hangfire there is some issues that are still not ironed out.
I also tried to look up the property values my trying to call the GetProperty methods on the content node and this through the same errors.
I'm having exactly the same issue. Not being able to access the properties of the IPublishedModel content is really limiting the usability of the Hangfire functionality within Umbraco 8.
Did you by any chance find a viable solution?
I'm working on a blog post on this as I've used hangfire to create and update content.
You'll probably find that your UmbracoContext is getting disposed of and so it kills the ability to get values back.
That sounds promising! I'm really curious how you managed to work around the inaccessible UmbracoContext. Good luck with your blog post.
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