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For what it's worth,
The DC tag could have been deleted.
New tags can be added through the admin interface.
/workshops/admin/workshops/tag/add/ URL adds a new tag.
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Accidentally deleted from the admin interface by an admin user? That was just a hypothesis.
I cannot think of any other way a tag can be deleted.
@pbanaszkiewicz would answer it better than me.
Deleted by whom??
Deleted by whom??
That's why I raised this issue. I know it's easy to add a tag but it's a problem that it got deleted. I've never gone into the admin panel.
Looking into this issue…
Logs don't show anyone accessing the admin interface in order to remove the tag, which means there's some awful bug in the code that removed the tag.
It may take me some hours before I'll retrieve the lost data (ie. workshops that were marked DC).
@maneesha thank you for reacting this quick, by the way. The lost happened probably in the last 24h.
Found the error. It's in the event merge procedure and you can reproduce it by setting base object for merge to object A (ie. Field to "Use A"), and strategy for tags to "Use B".
EDIT: not sure though how it behaves when both events have different tags; I only tested it for "DC" "DC".
The data was retrieved.
@gvwilson write up and publish somewhere?
And terrible too, because the bug is in code I wrote :-)
Forgot to close this issue yesterday :-)
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