[chandler-users] Desktop and Hub are out of sync
morgen at osafoundation.org
Wed Aug 29 14:05:05 PDT 2007
On 8/29/07, Robin Cottiss <rcottiss at cottiss.com> wrote:
> I seem to have introduced some discrepancies between my desktop and hub. I
> have been doing several reloads of the desktop collections and settings due
> to a bug I reported earlier.
> Here are the problems:
> 1. I deleted a collection on the desktop but it still appears on the hub. I
> think I created the collection by importing an ics file. There does not
> appear to be a way to remove collections on the hub. Perhaps that is because
> there is no way to create collections on the hub.
There are two ways to delete the collection from the hub:
1. Using your web browser, go to the hub and log in, then click the
Settings link in the upper right. In the Advanced tab, check the
"Turn on access to Account Browser" checkbox. Once you have done
that, you will have an "Account Browser" link next to the Settings
link. The Account Browser allows you to delete collections, so be
2. Using Chandler, you can re-subscribe to the collection easily by
going to the "Tools > Save and Restore > Restore Published Shares..."
menu; select the appropriate sharing account in the Restore Published
Shares dialog, then select the collection(s) you want to "restore"
(aka re-subscribe to). Once you have done that, you can right-click
the collection's name in the sidebar, and choose Unpublish.
> 2. I have some warning icons on a published collection and some items in a
> collection. The warning on a published collection says 'Recordset contains
> invalid data: Tried to delete child item ... , but it does not exist (HTTP
> status 400)'
Ok, you've run into an error syncing that collection. Please
right-click on the collection name in the sidebar and choose "Manage".
There should be a button in the dialog that says "View sharing error
details" or something similar. That should pop up another dialog that
contains debug info that you can copy and paste into a new bug report.
> 3. I also have some warning icons in the Mark as Needs Reply column in the
> list view of another collection. There is no error message. These are two
> recurring events that I dragged from another collection (it happens to be
> the one with the 'Recordset contains invalid data...' error.) Originally I
> dragged the events from one collection into another (Work to Home) and then
> deleted the events in Work.
I believe you have conflicts on those items. Click on one of the
items in the list and the "detail view" should have a red banner
across the top indicating this. Click on the banner and you will get
a dialog showing you what values are in conflict.
> 4. On the Hub the collection with the 'Recordset contains invalid data...'
> error did not get updated after I added a couple of tasks to the collection
> on the desktop. Perhaps the invalid data error is due to the synching
> process aborting?
Right, because there is an error while syncing the collection, it's
not updating the server.
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