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Resolving Could not find the sitemap node with URL on a bilingual site

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  1. Charles
    Charles avatar
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    18 Apr 2011
    14 Oct 2011
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    Hi, it appears that a link to a page was broken on a site. Normally when I see this, I can navigate to the correct node in the sites sitemap, recreate the page, and then remove the dependent links from the dependent pages. (Because normally the page just shows 'error occured' and prevents opening the page and removing the dead code.... drats,... locked my keys in the car again!!!!'

    Anyways, so the problem that I'm challanged with is they left this broken link, and it referes to a

    ~/Content/our_work.aspx

    BUT when I go to the correct node to create the page again for them to remove the dead link, the page I created is now

    ~/en/content/our_work.aspx

    So I'm unable to using this strategy repair broken dependancies.

    Any ideas?

    Charles
  2. Radoslav Georgiev
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    01 Feb 2016
    19 Oct 2011
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    Hello Charles,

    Can you please let us know where are those links inserted in the content of your pages? Sitefinity has a dynamic link control, as well as the Generic Content control allows you to insert dynamic links to pages (using their id). This way in scenarios that you have encountered (it seems that localization is enabled on your site) you will not have to fix broken links when the page is moved to another place in the page site map or changed it URL for some other reason.

    Kind regards,
    Radoslav Georgiev
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  3. Charles
    Charles avatar
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    18 Jul 2012
    02 Nov 2011
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    Hello,

    Thank you for the reply. I apoligize it took a bit. But what we did was look for that url in the database, update it to a known working one, then we were able to open the broken page, then just delete the reference to the redirected working page.

    Voila,
    Charles
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