Super Contributor.. Giulio Soleni Super Contributor..
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OO10 - possible inconsistencies in deploying content packs

Hi,

I know I am out of time 😛 but - the same - I would like to ask a question about some tests I performed while deploying the following versions of CP of a test project.

 

My first CP has been packaged with the following project (Version 1.0.0):

ProjectTest

|_Library

     I_TestWorkflows

          I_Main flow

          I_subflow1

 

Where subflow1 was a step of Main flow.

 

I succesfully deployed CP ver 1.0.0 on Central.

Then I changed my project as it follows (ver 1.0.1):

 

ProjectTest

|_Library

     I_TestWorkflows

          I_Main flow

          I_subflow1

          |_subflow2

 

Where subflow2 has been substituted as a step of Main flow.

In details

- I defined the new subflow2 workflow;

- then I opened Main flow in Studio Design,

- I opened the the "Inspector" of subflow1 step in Main flow and I changed the Advanced/Location reference from /ProjectTest/Library/TestWorkflows/subflow1 to /ProjectTest/Library/TestWorkflows/subflow2

 

I packaged the project with version 1.0.1 and deployed succesfully on the Central

 

Finally I changed the project, simply deleting subflow1 (ver 1.0.2)

 

ProjectTest

|_Library

     I_TestWorkflows

          I_Main flow

          |_subflow2

 

Again I packaged my new version of the CP but this time I got some errors while I try to deploy the version 1.0.2 version on the Central:

 

unable to deploy, reason: {"aggregatedSeverity":"Error","contentPackResponses":{"ProjectTest.jar":{"contentPackName":"ProjectTest.jar","message":"ProjectTest.jar (author: , date: )","responses":[{"contentPackName":"ProjectTest.jar","responseCategory":"Overwrite","level":"Error","message":"The content pack that you are deploying has been deployed previously. In the previous deployment, this content pack contained an entity ('flow' with UUID 68539ed6-7785-4512-b1a4-046df83516f4), which is used by other deployed content packs ({3}). The current content pack that is being deployed is missing that entity."}]}}}

 

68539ed6-7785-4512-b1a4-046df83516f4 was the UUID of subflow1 which actually I deleted ... but it didn't reference any other workflows... so why this dependency-error still happens?

 

I repeated the same test over and over in similar conditions and I always got some errors caused by "ghost" dependencies that actually should not be in place.

 

May you please help me to understand?

Thank you,

Giulio

 

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Absent Member.. JasonCantrell Absent Member..
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Re: OO10 - possible inconsistencies in deploying content packs

Hello

 

 

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Super Contributor.. Giulio Soleni Super Contributor..
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Re: OO10 - possible inconsistencies in deploying content packs

Hello Jason,
thank you very much for your reply.
While you are researching I am going to open also a ticket to track the specific case.

cheers,
Giulio
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