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After moving all of my old Umbraco installations to a new Windows 2016 server, I am getting the error "417 Missing token" on all my old umbraco installations below 7.3.0.
I found this thread, that solves the problem:
I had no issues on compiling the releases above 7.2.x, but when trying to compile any release in 7.1.x I get the following errors: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/19f5f03f7c51acdfdada0e8f2ea13dd8
When I look in the file SqlCEHelper.cs in the qlCE4Umbraco project I see this: https://i.imgur.com/yz8vERy.png
I have no idea on how to fix this - Any suggestions?
Finally figured it out!
It is neccessary to add the following lines to SqlCEHelper.cs to be able to compile:
internal IRecordsReader ExecuteReader(string commandText)
return ExecuteReader(commandText, new SqlCEParameter(string.Empty, string.Empty));
internal int ExecuteNonQuery(string commandText)
return ExecuteNonQuery(commandText, new SqlCEParameter(string.Empty, string.Empty));
Thanks to Eric, from Umbraco, for pointing me in the right direction!
This is not a good sign for Umbraco. I pulled master branch and tried to build with 1600 errors, including a NuGet package that no longer exists (uGoLive). After removing uGoLive and pasting in the code above I was able to get a clean build.
I can't even load the Umbraco.Web.UI project due to this error:
error : The result "" of evaluating the value "$(WebPublishingTasks)" of the "AssemblyFile" attribute in element
How can it be that a fix posted year ago that causes a broken build is still not included in the master branch? I was hoping to use Umbraco as my go-to CMS but this is giving me serious second thoughts as to whether the project is still supported.
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