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Created by kieran 15 Jul 2014, 02:07:12 Updated by Murray Roke 01 Oct 2017, 20:48:40Tags: Unscheduled
Is duplicated by: U4-7261
Subtask of: U4-9609
On a fresh install of 7.1.4 in MVC project Steps to recreate -Create Doc type with string -create content from that doc type -Add data to that string type -save and publish -change the content of the string type -save and publish -Use Action -> Roll-back -Select the previous version in the roll back drop down -Confirm roll back
expected result -data is restored to selected version
actual result -the roll back target is overwritten with current published version.
I have also experienced this issue in 7.1.4. I have tried in FF and Chrome and experienced the same issue. After choosing a version to roll back to and clicking Rollback a message is displayed: "Document has been rolled back" and there is a CTA to close the window.
After closing the window I would expect the content pane to refresh as I had the item selected prior to rolling back. But the pane is not refreshed and I see the content prior to rollback.
If you navigate away and go back to the page you can see that it has rolled back.
However if you just publish without navigating away the rollback fails as the old content is republished therefore undoing the rollback.
We have also experienced this. It rollsback but the UI doesn't update. If we refresh the page then the page is rolled back.
Same issue on 7.2.1
The backend UI does not update. If you reload the browser you can see the changes.
Clients use this feature a lot so it would be good to get this fixed.
Reproducible in 7.2.6 as well. A simple refresh of the current document (if it's the one being rolled back, but that's usually the case) should fix this.
This still seems to be an issue on the latest version. It needs to reload the page. Is this just a grid issue?
Is this still an issue in 7.4.3?
This is still an issue in 7.4.3. When you rollback the content doesn't update. It is easy to publish the existing version rather than the version you rolled back to.
Also can confirm it's an issue in 7.4.3. You can copy/paste text from the rollback HTML view (instead of Diff view) back into rich text fields to sort of "manually" rollback, but the feature isn't working as intended.
Also can confirm its still an issue in 7.6.3
Still an issue in 7.6.5 I would also suggest removing the 'current' version from the drop down list, rolling back to the current state makes no sense.
(bonus feature, remove or un-highlight versions with no changes)
This is complete:
DocumentAPI which actually has an issue with it. It doesn't set the 'latest' document version the correct way so when filtering out the
currentversion, there was some odd things happening
Works better now.
That code though.. shudder ;-)
Thanks guys, you rock :-)
Backwards Compatible: True
Affected versions: 7.1.4, 7.1.8, 7.2.1, 7.2.6, 7.4.3, 7.5.2, 7.6.3, 7.6.5
Due in version: 7.7.2, 7.6.9
Sprint: Sprint 68
Story Points: 1