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19 September 2012 at 2:13am
at my webpage there are now 219 rather complex data objects managed by three instances of the DOM (version from Dec 2011). Every DOM manages the has_many relation of the page type to the objects.
So far, the DOMs were set to show the first 200 objects on a page, therefore everything went fine so far.
Now, when I want to edit or check a object on the SECOND PAGE of the DOM, it does everything perfectly, except un-checking the has_one relation. The CMS gives me the green "Status saved successfully" message, and the DOM hops back to the first page. When I navigate to the second page, the object is still checked.
When I set the standard objects per page to 500, everything is fine again. I just have to avoid page number two.
Can you recommend any actions on this? Is this a known issue? I did not find anything here...
25 September 2012 at 6:21pm
nobody experienced sth. similar? Weird...
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