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Created by Mads Krohn 12 Apr 2013, 11:12:46 Updated by Sebastiaan Janssen 04 Dec 2013, 13:50:11
Relates to: U4-3787
When you unpublish a page that has descendants and afterwards want to publish that page again, you get a YSOD "Value cannot be null. Parameter name: attribute". It seems to be related to Examine indexing. Loading the page again and publishing it a second time will cause the page to be published without error. However, now all descendants will tell you that "Oops: this document is published but is not in the cache (internal error)". Not ideal :)
I can't reproduce this in a clean install of Umbraco. Would it be possible to zip up the site / database so Shannon can have a look?
Also, if this is an upgraded site, make sure to run the path fixup tool first: http://our.umbraco.org/projects/developer-tools/path-fixup
It's a 100% clean install of Umbraco, curious as to how we can get so different results :)
Permissions? IIS setup? Not sure, I'm sure loads more people would've complained if this was a general bug. :) But again: REALLY curious to see your site/database.
Maybe, though, I have no idea why this issue would be isolated to my comp. Did a quick screen cast just to make sure, that we are doing the same thing -> http://screencast.com/t/SVhDAgHBTMzK. The App Pool in the video, called NetworkService, uses the NetworkService as Identity hence the name. NetworkService has full modify access to the site, so im 99.99999% it's not a permission issue. I'm going insane here! :)
Great, that helped a lot, I don't know exactly what the difference was but now I can reproduce (that was the bad news). Good news: It's already been fixed for 6.0.4 (6.0.4 nightly dlls don't have this issue).
Are you kidding me? That you can reproduce it is GREAT news, means I'm not completely insane :D Anyways, cool, will have to check out the nightly, thx! :)
When's .4 being pushed?
I'm still seeing this issue in a 6.1.6 vanilla install. I don't get a YSOD anymore, only the "Oops: this document is published but is not in the cache (internal error)" message.
@sniffdk Please create a new issue instead of re-opening and making 6.0.4 98% complete.
Whoops, sorry, didn't think that through, new issue created.
Assignee: Shannon Deminick
Backwards Compatible: True
Affected versions: 6.0.3
Due in version: 6.0.4