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  • schlubadub 102 posts 617 karma points
    Apr 16, 2015 @ 06:13
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    Updating to 1.01 via nuget

    I followed the procedure to upgrade to 1.01 (from 0.9.18) but I'm using the NuGet to install the package - there is an issue where all the manifest files and other references now point to "/App_Plugins/LeBlender/" while the NuGet package installs everything to "/App_Plugins/Lecoati.LeBlender/". I've tried purging everything and starting from scratch, but it still uses the Lecoati.Leblender folder.

    Obviously I can rename things to make it work, but just letting you know!

    Actually, renaming things doesn't work... everything is broken! Under the new LeBlender data type I have a green "Add Property" button but nothing else. When I click the button it says "Datatype Saved" but doesn't do anything else.

    I've now tried removing the nuget package entirely, and installing the package manually from the repository... The old LeBlender items are now showing correctly in the admin grid, but the datatype still has no grid items listed in there and "Add Property" doesn't work (grey now, not green)

  • Antoine 175 posts 1411 karma points
    Apr 16, 2015 @ 09:23
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    Hi, 

    I'm sorry to hear that, but I can help you to manage this.

    1. The leblender package is not a datatype any more, you can just delete the legacy datatype. Your grid editors list has to appear as a tree "Grid Editors" within the developer section

    2. Into the /App_Plugins folder, you must have only the LeBlender folder, Lecoati.Leblender is legacy and has to be removed.

    3. All references to Lecoati.Leblender into the config file will be automatically changed, you don't have to do anything here.

    4. Because the way to read the config file has changed in Umbraco 7.2.4, we had to move the frontView field into config properties, but it was before the v0.9.18

    Let me know if you have any problem.

    I will try to find out what happen with the nuget package.

    Thank you for your feedback

     

  • Stefano Beretta 49 posts 162 karma points
    Apr 16, 2015 @ 11:07
    Stefano Beretta
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    Hi Guys! I encountered the same problem with a fresh install of the package via nuget on VS2013 U7.2.4. After running the sln, in the the developer section I tried to click one of the grid editor item.. Umbraco gave me a 404 error (the path difference is the same reported by schlubadub).

    I avoided this problem with these steps: 1 - run the sln and install the package via umbraco backoffice 2 - install the package via nuget 3 - delete the folder in App_Plugins created by nuget 4 - rebuild

    This worked for me, I hope it can helps. S

  • Antoine 175 posts 1411 karma points
    Apr 16, 2015 @ 11:39
    Antoine
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    Hi Guys, 

    The nuget package 1.0.1 wasn't good, the plugin path wasn't correct, I just upload v1.0.2 with this issue fixed.

    Thanks for your help !

  • Antoine 175 posts 1411 karma points
    Apr 16, 2015 @ 22:19
    Antoine
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    Does the nuget package 1.0.2 work fine for you guys? 

  • Stefano Beretta 49 posts 162 karma points
    Apr 17, 2015 @ 09:05
    Stefano Beretta
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    Yep! I removed the whole component before installing the new version and everything works fine :-D

  • Antoine 175 posts 1411 karma points
    Apr 17, 2015 @ 09:29
    Antoine
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    Good to know ! does it work for you Schlubadub? if it works, could you please mark the post as resolved.

    Thanks

     

  • schlubadub 102 posts 617 karma points
    Apr 21, 2015 @ 05:29
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    Hi Antoine,

    Sorry, I've been away from the office for a few days - I'll try again today, or possibly tomorrow and get back to you!

  • Jason Prothero 398 posts 1165 karma points c-trib
    Apr 21, 2015 @ 23:24
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    The 1.0.2 package worked for me

     

    Thanks,
    Jason

  • schlubadub 102 posts 617 karma points
    Apr 23, 2015 @ 06:03
    schlubadub
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    Great, that worked for me too! (1.0.2)

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