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Just thought I'd check. I'm seeing lots of these errors in the trace log when running from VS2013:
SEOChecker: Error in HttpModule for url rewritingSystem.UriFormatException: Invalid URI: The hostname could not be parsed. at System.Uri.CreateThis(String uri, Boolean dontEscape, UriKind uriKind) at System.Uri..ctor(String uriString) at System.UriBuilder.get_Uri() at SEOChecker.Core.Extensions.UrlBuilderExtensions.ToUri(UrlBuilder builder) at SEOChecker.Core.Extensions.HttpContextExtensions.RawUri(HttpContext context) at SEOChecker.Core.Extensions.HttpContextExtensions.RawUrl(HttpContext context) at SEOChecker.HttpModules.UrlModule.(Object , EventArgs )
I don't get them on the live server.
As I'm developing I'm also getting issues reading an Archetype that purports to be having problems with SEOChecker. Details in this issue: https://our.umbraco.org/projects/backoffice-extensions/archetype/sound-off!/62014-Accessing-Archetype-from-own-class (5th post refers).
Are these two issues connected?
Just wondering if you have setup a local hostname on the rootnode in Umbraco when developing locally?
it was finally resolved in this thread: https://our.umbraco.org/projects/backoffice-extensions/archetype/sound-off!/62014-Accessing-Archetype-from-own-class
A kind of multi-disciplinary approach, including a package update ;)
Also the usual lack of clear documentation with real-world examples to guide you through perfect storm of dynamic vs. strongly typed vs. vanilla vs. property convertor syntax. It's my personal dev nightmare to be honest.
Aaah, ok - Good you figured it out :)
Yes indeed sometimes the dynamic vs. strongly typed stuff can be a big source of confusion. I feel the same way and I think that it's something HQ are trying to improve in the future.
Happy sunday mate!
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