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From Patricio Echag├╝e <patric...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ItemNotFoundException: failed to build path
Date Fri, 19 Feb 2010 18:00:04 GMT
Sunil, I'm having the same error but in my case I'm using my own persistence
Manager against Cassandra.

After debugging this issue, I found out that it has to do with HashMapIndex
which uses a file to map properties and names at the time of serialize them.
(bundle approach). it generates a file called names.properties.

You can try copying the names.properties from workspace->default into
version -> ..... to see if it works.

at this point, I don't know what I'm doing wrong.

My 2 cents

On Fri, Dec 25, 2009 at 5:04 AM, Alexander Klimetschek <aklimets@day.com>wrote:

> On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 12:13, sunild <sunil.dhage@coreobjects.com> wrote:
> > I am using jackrabbit and have enabled FileDataStore and using
> > MSSQLPersistenceManager.
> >
> > while Add content I am getting WARNING
> >
> > [SearchIndex] Exception while creating document for node:
> > 956eb525-e81f-4a4e-9037-f193d6080e5f: javax.jcr.RepositoryException:
> Missing
> > child node entry for node with id: 956eb525-e81f-4a4e-9037-f193d6080e5f
> >
> >
> > And While Finding the content I am getting ERROR
> >
> > Item not found; nested exception is javax.jcr.ItemNotFoundException:
> > failed to build path of *64ab495a-c093-4a89-8b86-b9973dd647b6     *:
> > *85f65e81-6eed-4c04-8fb5-2e44952b177f* has no child entry for
> > 64ab495a-c093-4a89-8b86-b9973dd647b6
> >
> > I have gone through MSSQL Database tables and found a row with
> > _/NODE_ID/_ --- *64AB495AC0934A898B86B9973DD647B6*   _/BUNDLE_DATA/_ ---
> >
> 020000040000000401*85F65E816EED4C048FB52E44952B177F*000A2D373633393437373734FFFFFFFF
> >
> 00000003000000050000000901000A31323733313433363538000000010126B74B14E0AA498B94844EEC950C1C490000000
> >
> 3000000060000000500000A31313638323734393731000000010000001D323030392D31322D32325431363A31363A31342E
> >
> 3034302B30353A33300000000300000007000100090100082D3632323633323300000001015EBF38CE04A9409ABE4D01CF
> >
> EA077C79FFFFFFFF01019ECFFFA2952740B497619DF093D6D8C300000003000A66726F7A656E4E6F646500000100
> >
> >
> > which is very much same as the nodeid being search for.  But the nodeId
> > present in database doesnot have hyphens and all the characters are Caps.
> >  That is the problem for the ERROR.
>
> No, this is right. The serialization in the db is different from the
> plain UUIDs (in order to save space). Also, this is the entry for the
> node in question (the "child" node). The problem reported means that
> the parent node 85f... does not contain a pointer to the "child" node,
> whereas that node points to that parent (see the part after the first
> * in the BUNDLE_DATA above - note that this is a binary serialization,
> nothing to be touched manually).
>
> It looks like some corruption happened earlier.
>
> You can fix those errors using the consistencyCheck/Fix options for
> the persistence manager. See this link for a guide on that:
>
> http://wiki.gxdeveloperweb.com/confluence/display/GXDEV/How+to+repair+a+'corrupt'+JCR<http://wiki.gxdeveloperweb.com/confluence/display/GXDEV/How+to+repair+a+%27corrupt%27+JCR>
>
> Regards,
> Alex
>
> --
> Alexander Klimetschek
> alexander.klimetschek@day.com
>



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