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From "Dave Brondsema" <>
Subject [allura:tickets] #6381 Allura tickets system intermittently discards replies to comments [ss4454]
Date Wed, 06 Nov 2013 23:17:52 GMT
Keith, Anders, or anyone else see this in the past few months?  I used to see it myself probably
once a week, but I haven't seen it for quite a while.  I'm thinking it was fixed along the
way with some other fixes.


** [tickets:#6381] Allura tickets system intermittently discards replies to comments [ss4454]**

**Status:** in-progress
**Labels:** support p2 42cc 
**Created:** Thu Jun 20, 2013 01:28 PM UTC by Chris Tsai
**Last Updated:** Thu Oct 31, 2013 10:59 AM UTC
**Owner:** nobody

Ref: [allura:tickets:#4454]

>>>Within the browser view of a ticket, I'll select the "reply" option in one of
the follow-up comment panes. I'll enter my reply, in the input pane which is presented. When
I subsequently select the "post reply" option, it's a complete lottery as to whether the reply
will actually be posted; all too frequently, the system records an edit to the original message,
(in which I've changed nothing), while dropping the actual reply on the floor, whence it vanishes
into oblivion.

>>>This is happening way too often; it is becoming increasingly frustrating.

>>Can you provide a time frame for when this has been occurring (we've been working
through some site issues the past few days which I could see as related) and some specific
examples that we can check the logs for?

>>Also, as a personal recommendation, I've been using the Lazarus browser plugin (for
FF and Chrome), and helped me recover lost text on many occasions.

>I've noticed it intermittently, over several months; pretty much, ever since MinGW migrated
to the Allura platform. Most recent occurrence was today, (just a short while before I raised
this issue itself), when I attempted to add the side issue references on

>I experienced a similar issue yesterday, on
(I think); tracking down any earlier occurrences may be too difficult to contemplate, but
there have been several.

>Thanks for the Lazarus pointer; I'll certainly look into it. However, I've simply gotten
into the habit of using Ctrl-A Ctrl-C in the input pane, just prior to selecting "post reply".

>One further point, which may or may not be related: sometimes, when a reply is successfully
posted, it becomes divorced from its parent, and presented as an apparent top level discussion
item, (usually with an intervening "page break").

So we don't need to do a lot of timestamp comparing to figure out which reply specifically,
it looks like it's this one:


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