Network and Classroom Management Thread, CC4 Unable to delete package from RMMC in Technical; Hi Everyone,
Wondering if you can help me, Iíve basically imported a package that has no file size. (Donít laugh! ...
1st August 2012, 04:49 PM #1
CC4 Unable to delete package from RMMC
Wondering if you can help me, Iíve basically imported a package that has no file size. (Donít laugh! forgot to add files) Now it appears in the RMMC but because it hasnít actually got a file set it never created a folder in Repoman. When I go to delete the package it disappears then reappears when refreshing the screen.
Any ideas? Iíve had a look in the database but canít work-out where it isÖ.
2nd August 2012, 11:05 PM #2
Don't mess with the database directly. Dangerous territory. Do you have an active support agreement?
9th August 2012, 11:41 AM #3
Yep as above, were only live on our 1st week of CC4, it stores the package folders with some sort of GUID name on your forest root. Seek advice is my pennethworth before commencing!
Originally Posted by MattGibson
9th August 2012, 12:05 PM #4
\\*Servername*\RMManage\repoman\filestore1 is where they are. On your first DC you should have an icon on the desktop called CC4 Repoman GUID Viewer. Run this and click on the right hand side to search. A list of GUIDS with their package name will appear.
14th August 2012, 12:00 PM #5
Sadly this is not the case as there were no file set to import therefore no folder with the GUID was created. Had to go into the database and RM went into the table called BlobVersion then set the value of the PackageStatus to '0', I was on the right track but never went into BlobVersion.
Originally Posted by andyturpie
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