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I'm chasing a problem, and I'm seeing repeated errors in the log where I'm creating a new Member.
I'm creating the member with
var membershipUser = System.Web.Security.Membership.CreateUser(email, password, email);
And the logged error looks like:
014-04-01 16:01:49,253  INFO UmbracoExamine.DataServices.UmbracoLogService - [Thread 128] Field "id" is listed multiple times in the index set "InternalMemberIndexSet". Please ensure all names are unique, Provider=InternalMemberIndexer, NodeId=1264
When I look at the InternalMemberIndexr itself the User fields section has a huge number of fields set up, including the offending 'id'. Now my examineIndex.config file does NOT have those fields set up...
I can see this is just INFO, but I don't know if it's significant. Can anybody explain please if this matters, and how/why those additional User fields are included?
The internal index was introduced so that in the members section you have members search think it all used to be db powered and therefore slower. Not sure why your getting id multiple times. What version of umbraco are you using?
We're on 6.1.6, waiting on 6.2.0 to release ;)
I understand the benefits of using lucene for member searches, but I don't know why a whole bunch of other fields get included in the User Fields, and if it's a problem that there can be a double-up of indexes when the System fields get duped.
TBH I think my underlying problem in this specific instance is db-related: I just wanted to understand this issue if anybody has an insight...
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