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#87524 (In Topic #17836)

Your error seems to match a known and fixed bug in ocPortal (Problem with content API).

How did this happen?

The bug description is as follows…

Comcode pages might not be represented in the database, and the content API may therefore fail to load them. This can create an inconsistency - they will appear as non-validated, when they automatically should be. This triggers the content validation notification subsystem, which also fails to look up the content, and creates a stack trace.

Automatically imply Comcode page database rows when missing, and also handle missing rows in the validation subsystems.

How do I fix it?

A hotfix is available under issue #615.

Last edit: by Chris Graham

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