indexing fails after upgrade

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7/17/2013 10:38:13 AM
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indexing fails after upgrade

Hi all-

I am testing an upgrade from MojoPortal 2-3-7-0 to 2-3-9-6 and I'm finding that whenever I try to edit HTML content or upload a file to the file share I'm getting this error:

 

Parser Error Message: Could not load type 'mojoPortal.Business.WebHelpers.IndexBuilderProvider' from assembly 'mojoPortal.Business.WebHelpers, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'.

I thought that it could be that I didn't copy over the MojoPortal.Business.DLL file but it looks like it did get copied over correctly.

Does anyone have any insight into this error?

Thanks,

Mike

7/17/2013 10:53:57 AM
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Re: indexing fails after upgrade

Hi Mike,

If you have any custom or 3rd party features installed that leverage the internal search index they need to be updated as mentioned on this thread.

An alternative workaround to prevent the error is to remove the config file for any custom or 3rd party feature from the /Setup/ProviderConfig/indebuilders folder

That will prevent the error but then the custom or 3rd party feature will not be indexing its content until they are updated. Also with the new index changes it is important for content indexers to set the created and last modified dates when creating index items. These dates are used for the new recent content feature.

Hope that helps,

Joe

7/17/2013 11:29:42 AM
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Re: indexing fails after upgrade

Ah yes, that's what it was. We are using an older version of event calendar pro. Deleting the config file for it fixed the problem (didn't need it to be indexed anyways.)

Thanks so much for the help.

One other question-- 

Is there any change that needs to be made to a skin to allow the drag and drop upload features in the shared files module to work? The shared files module does not seem to work correctly on my skin, but seems to work correctly on some of the skins that came with MojoPortal. 

Thanks again for you help!

7/17/2013 11:40:21 AM
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Re: indexing fails after upgrade

Hi Mike,

You should upgrade to the latest Event Calendar Pro since it has the needed changes for the search index.

Regarding the file drag and drop most likely there is some other script error happening on the page most ;likely caused by the update to the latest version of jQuery which dropped some features from its api. As a result some older jquery plugins and Artisteer skins need to enable the jquery migrate plugin which adds back the things that were removed from the newer jquery api. See the Important Skin changes for how to enable the jquery migrate plugin and other things that mat need to be updated since your previous version.

Also the drag and drop files is in mojoPortal 2.3.9.7 not 2.3.9.6, did you upgrade to the latest version?

Hope that helps,

Joe

7/17/2013 2:40:35 PM
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Re: indexing fails after upgrade

Ah yes, it was the menu script that we were using, it wasn't working with the new version of jQuery.

Thanks again for the help and for the super prompt reply.

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