Super Contributor.. JamesLindsay Super Contributor..
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Database is set to dirty

Just tried to import a project inot Studio 10.6 that was recently converted from 9.07 content. The conversion went with no errors or problems. However, when I tried to import the project I got the "Database is set to dirty..." Is this a problem and if so, how do I recover and/or remediate it?

 

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Super Contributor.. JamesLindsay Super Contributor..
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Re: Database is set to dirty

77 views is impressive, but no answers 🙂 Maybe I'm a dunce and missing something eveybody already knows?

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AndreiTruta Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Database is set to dirty

Hi,

Do you happen to have any logs from Studio? Also the CUU logs might help.

We can take it offline so maybe you can actually show me.

Andrei Vasile Truta
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Super Contributor.. JamesLindsay Super Contributor..
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Thanks Andrei, I ended up re-importing the project from a content pack to fix this in this case. Sorry for the delay in my response. I've seen the issue enough though that I suspect I'll be back for a deeper dive.

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Respected Contributor.. Paul Meaders Respected Contributor..
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Re: Database is set to dirty

I just ran into the same issue.  Trying to import a project which was created with the upgrade utility from a V9.07 repository.

What is the "recovery run" which is mentioned in the message below:

aused by: org.apache.commons.transaction.file.ResourceManagerSystemException: 156ae4818cb-4: Database is set to dirty, this *may* mean it is corrupt. No modifications are allowed until a recovery run has been performed! (ERR_SYSTEM)
 at com.iconclude.dharma.commons.repo.DharmaResourceManager.txInitialSaneCheckForWriting(DharmaResourceManager.java:997)
 at com.iconclude.dharma.commons.repo.DharmaResourceManager.rollbackTransaction(DharmaResourceManager.java:567)
 at com.iconclude.dharma.commons.repo.DirectoryStore.rollBack(DirectoryStore.java:990)
 ... 26 more

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Josue_G_OO Respected Contributor.
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Re: Database is set to dirty

I had same issue with some flows that were converted from 9.x to 10.x, aftering re-indexing the workspace project I was able to load it into studio again.

Josue Gómez
Customer Support Engineer

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Respected Contributor.. Paul Meaders Respected Contributor..
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Re: Database is set to dirty

How do you reindex a project?  I wasn't able to find the procedure in the Studio Authors guide.  Thanks

Paul

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