Extension talk:IssueTracker 2.0

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Jakeriper1 (talkcontribs)

any idea why new entries are being duplicated in the database? the db has two rows for each entry i create through the wiki

Erick.corona (talkcontribs)

can you send a screenshot ?

Jakeriper1 (talkcontribs)

i would if i knew how to reproduce the bug. it happened right on the first entry, after installing the extension. it made two entries in the database, with different id's.

then it happened again when i created the third or forth issues. seems random.

but it creates two DB entries with differnet id's, and when viewing the issue list, they both show up, as if they where two different issues.

Erick.corona (talkcontribs)

can you reproduce the problem on the site http://wiki.epi-lyon.fr/index.php/Points_ouverts The user is utest / testtest

Jakeriper1 (talkcontribs)

i don't think i can reproduce it, no.

i don't remember doing anything strange apart from adding a new entry

but the db entries duplicated again ill send more info, maybe it'll help idk

thanks

172.87.156.210 (talkcontribs)
Erick.corona (talkcontribs)

With which version of MediaWiki do you work?

172.58.102.155 (talkcontribs)

I am using version 1.28.0

Jakeriper1 (talkcontribs)

1.29.1

Jamespharvey20 (talkcontribs)

I just installed IssueTracker 2.0 for my first time. I'm using MediaWiki 1.32.0. php 7.3.1. Any time I submit a new bug, it inserts it 3 times into the database. When I submit, httpd/access_log shows POST to index.php, then GET from index.php?title=<title>&bt_action=list. But, mysql/queries.log shows 3 separate INSERT's. Part of queries.log here: https://termbin.com/7p42 -- you will see there are other queries between. I haven't gotten it to add one without duplicating 3 times yet.

86.121.196.74 (talkcontribs)

I just installed IssueTracker on MediaWiki. I had no problems adding new issues at first, but after issue #13 it enteres 3 times into the database any new issue. Any ideea how to fix this problem?

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