It it supposed to work this way. The importer is only for imports not for syncs.
Does nobody have this problem as well??? And nobody has an idea where this is coming from/could be solved?
thats correct, too.
But it would be a mistake of the administrator and should not happen.. 😉
As I just said, we will discuss about prohibiting it in future.
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hi javens, it seems to be already fixed. Can you try it in current i-doit version?
You have to set apache write permissions to the imports/ directory in the i-doit root directory
thanks for the hint. The error will be fixed in the upcoming version
This should be fixed in 0.9.9-2
We made a big migration from 0.9.8-x to 0.9.9 and it can be possible that you lose some data if the migration failed. Did you recognize any errors while updating to 0.9.9?
Ok we will check it and fix your problems for our next release
Never mind my first issue, I just solved it.
I deleted all entries (had only 3) in the following tables using "phpmyadmin":
After that the list with the files I already uploaded to i-doit was emtpy obviously. I uploaded a new file to my object (Router) and it works like it is supposed to now.
The thing I noticed though is that those 2 tables stay empty, although I uploaded that new file.
This could be almost everything. Isn't there any other output?