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  • von 61 posts 123 karma points
    Nov 14, 2018 @ 12:58
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    Inconsistent behavior across instances

    Hello,

    We have the following configurations:

    <Locations>
        <Location Name="Local" Alias="local" Enabled="true" Url="https://localhost:44305" />
        <Location Name="Staging" Alias="staging" Enabled="true" Url="https://staging-xxx.azurewebsites.net" />
        <Location Name="Pre Production" Alias="Pre Production" Enabled="true" Url="https://pre-production-xxx.azurewebsites.net" />
        <Location Name="Production" Aliast="Production" Enabled="true" Url="https://production-xxx.azurewebsites.net" />
      </Locations> 
    

    and getting the following behaviors...

    On Local Machine:

    • When content is migrated to either Staging or Pre-Prod, the result comes back with "No changes". However, the name of the content from the result is not the same as the content that was migrated. It is showing the name of the content that has a different docType. Nothing is created or updated on either Staging or Pre-Prod

    On Staging: - When content is migrated to any instances, we encounter the error "The URL returned a 404 (not found): backoffice/uSync/uSyncApi/Send". This is weird because the Staging is an exact copy of Pre-Prod and Local. We checked all uSync DLLs are present on all instances and are the same versions.

    On Pre-Production: - When content is migrated to Staging, the content is created. However, there are two issues. First, the migrated content is always suffixed with "(1)" even though there is no content with a similar name. Secondly, the created content has a different docType.

    The result we described above is a consistent behavior from several tries.

    We are on 4.0.4

  • Jesse Andrews 98 posts 418 karma points
    Nov 14, 2018 @ 18:06
    Jesse Andrews
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    This is an issue with a modified fork of usync that I created. This isn't part of vanilla usync.

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