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ERROR: A resource, 282, requested within some Comcode (the attachment tag) does not exist.

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ERROR: A resource, 282, requested within some Comcode (the attachment tag) does not exist.

I upgraded and now get this:
ERROR: A resource, 282, requested within some Comcode (the attachment tag) does not exist.

Page was not changes in long time.
I went from version 9.0.19 to 9.0.21
How do I get images back?


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Hi,

That's worrying. I'll get back to you soon about it.


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Hi,

I can't think of something that would cause this as a bug, so my best guess is if someone deleted the attachment from their account and then the upgrader cleared the cache, so that the page had to regenerate and find the attachment missing.

I say that with some reluctance, as one other user did report a similar issue. But I've gone through the code and code history carefully and can't see any causes.

You'll need to find the old file from a backup or local copy and edit it back in. Hopefully you have this. If not, maybe archive.org has your site.

If there is some reproducible bug reported we will of course fix it.

If this is somehow related to a bug in our automatic attachment cleanup code (removes old attachments from disk when they're edited out of content) then that can be disabled with this OcCLE command:

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:set_value('disable_attachment_cleanup','1');


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