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The 7.0.1 @DBLookup/@DBColumn regression error breaks Blogsphere

What an unpleasant surprise: Our admin upgraded the server to 7.0.1. Blogsphere stopped working, throwing an HTTP 500 / Invalid @Formula Text expected. It turns out, that there are quite a number of @Unique(@DBColumns) in the side block subform which now (with the regression error) fail in better filled blogs. And I have only a little more than 250 stories. Should I patch Blogsphere (categorizing the views and eventually break other things), roll back to 7.0 or wait for 7.01a/7.0.2?

Posted by on 25 February 2006 | Comments (4) | categories: IBM Notes Lotus Notes


  1. posted by Christian Brandlehner on Monday 27 February 2006 AD:
    Usually there are just few views with too much data in it. Try to disable the "Recent Googles" and "Referrer" Blocks.
  2. posted by Chris Linfoot on Monday 27 February 2006 AD:
    I found this too on Friday PM. Had to roll back.

    And I don't display referrers. It's the category block for me too. Emoticon undecided.gif
  3. posted by Stephan H. Wissel on Monday 27 February 2006 AD:
    Unfortunatly the category view grew to big too. If the views would be categorized it would fix it, but I don't know if that breaks other things.
    Emoticon huh.gif stw
  4. posted by Vince Schuurman on Wednesday 01 March 2006 AD:
    have no fear, 701a with @64k fix is underway Emoticon smile.gif