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Created by Arjan Woldring 03 Feb 2016, 14:13:18 Updated by Shannon Deminick 16 Feb 2016, 13:07:59
Relates to: U4-8003
What did you do? Installed Fresh 7.3.7. Created XSLT Macro with the Breadcrumb Template Select The macro in a RTE
What did you expect to happen? To render just like all the other macro's.
What actually happened? Error:
It has an error reading 'test.xslttest.xslt' that would probably be true because the filename is just 'test.xslt'
With existsing XSLT macro's": Error loading XSLT Breadcrumb.xslt. Exception: System.InvalidOperationException: Cannot use this obsoleted overload when the current provider is not of type Umbraco.Core.Cache.HttpRuntimeCacheProvider at Umbraco.Core.CacheHelper.GetCacheItem[TT](String cacheKey, CacheItemPriority priority, CacheDependency cacheDependency, Func`1 getCacheItem) at umbraco.macro.getXslt(String XsltFile) at umbraco.macro.LoadMacroXslt(macro macro, MacroModel model, Hashtable pageElements, Boolean throwError)
Yikes! Works on 7.3.5, not on 7.3.6.
Can imagine that xslt is not the first thing to test but still a lot sites are running some (old) xslt macro's. So @sebastiaan 7.3.4 worked fine?
okay thanks. Before I upgrade to 7.3.4 do you have any idea if there will be 7.3.8 version which adresses this issue?
Not sure yet, most likely! will discuss with team tomorrow
At the very least I'll add an updated dll here soon to fix the issue.
I've gotten as far as
GetCacheItem is called. That one starts with
var cache = RuntimeCache as HttpRuntimeCacheProvider; and results in cache being null so the exception is thrown:
throw new InvalidOperationException("Cannot use this obsoleted overload when the current provider is not of type " + typeof(HttpRuntimeCacheProvider));
Ty for picking this up so quickly. If an updated dll is made available that would be great for sure.
edit: And if I can help you guys out with testing or something please let me know.
Hi, please find attached the patch files, just copy this DLL to your /bin folder.
Thank you guys! Will test the patch today. Report back after testing.
I upgraded an old 7.1.6 installation to 7.3.7 and replaced your patched DLL. All is working perfectly! Thanks!
patch works for me as well :-)
Backwards Compatible: True
Affected versions: 7.3.6, 7.3.7
Due in version: 7.4.0
Sprint: Sprint 8