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Migration request appears for some newly created diagrams #28

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ane-gabriela opened this issue Feb 27, 2019 · 0 comments
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Migration request appears for some newly created diagrams #28

ane-gabriela opened this issue Feb 27, 2019 · 0 comments
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@ane-gabriela ane-gabriela commented Feb 27, 2019

After creating a diagram with Import from URL #27 a Migration request message appears when accessing the Diagram home page.

After clicking the "here" link, the user is redirected to the MigrationScript page where the 2 diagrams that were used for the issue 27 (with import from url) appear.

Clicking on the Execute button only shows another LiveTable with Migration. When the user clicks on Diagrams again, the same migration message appears for the 2 diagrams.

Environment: Windows 10, XWiki 10.11.3 with MySQL 5.7 and Edge 18

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@ane-gabriela ane-gabriela added this to the 1.6.2 milestone Feb 27, 2019
@acotiuga acotiuga removed this from the 1.6.2 milestone Jul 11, 2019
arcilli added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 22, 2019
Query was changed for not including anymore diagrams created by loading an URL (issue #27)
@arcilli arcilli self-assigned this Jul 22, 2019
@mflorea mflorea added this to the 1.6.6 milestone Jul 23, 2019
mflorea added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 23, 2019
Migration request appears for some newly created diagrams #28
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