dada
Jan 17, 2023
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Unlisting Episerver.Find packages 13.4.9-13.5.1 and 14.1.0-14.2.2

Dear partners and developers,

Due to issues introduced with this change/release https://world.optimizely.com/documentation/Release-Notes/ReleaseNote/?releaseNoteId=FIND-5191
which impacts both clients and the Find service we are delisting the following Episerver.Find.* package from our NuGet feed with immidate effect with the exception of Episerver.Find.Commerce.

  • 13.4.9, 13.5.1, 14.1.0, 14.2.1, 14.2.2

    If you're on any of these versions mentioned above make you sure you upgrade.
    Note that unlisting packages will still let you install them if you're already referencing them.

These issues caused the following symptoms:

  • Updating content with child content often incorrectly causes child content to get reindexed which
    consumes unneccessary resources from both web app and Find cluster.
  • Delays in updates i.e. delete, save and publishing, to reflect in the Find index due to indexing queue growing large.
  • Performance issues in the CMS UI.

These issues were fixed with releases 13.5.2 and 14.2.4.
More information available here https://world.optimizely.com/documentation/Release-Notes/ReleaseNote/?releaseNoteId=FIND-10852

Jan 17, 2023

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