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Modify Page properties error

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  1. Sparks IT Ops
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    Hi, I have a sitefinity 4.0 page that I'm trying to modify the title, however when I click the update button on the page a popup box appears with:  "You are trying to access item that no longer exists, The most probable reason is that is has been deleted by another user".  The page isn't deleted.  How do I resolve this?
    Thx
    -geoff
  2. Sparks IT Ops
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    Still stuck on this. Child pages can change ok, it seems just this one top level page produces the error.
    -geoff
  3. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello Geoff,

    We had similar issue before the official release when the page is "Draft", but the issue should be fixed in the official release. Do you have a problem for another page created on the same level? We will need some more detailed information

    - status mode of the page
    - permissions that are set for the user you use


    Kind regards,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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  4. Sparks IT Ops
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    The page is published, the user has admin privs. I do not have the error if I create a new top level page and a child under it. It seems only to occur on this page tree.
    -geoff
  5. Georgi
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    Hi Geoff,

    Unfortunately we cannot reproduce this locally, using the official release. I suggest you the following:
    - Recreating exactly this page and check if the problem persists or
    - Sending us the database and the template used for that page. We will attach it to a local project and see the problem while debugging.

    Let me know if these are options.  

    Regards,
    Georgi
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