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Accounts using Find v1/v2 clusters set Invisible to false by default. Invisible must be set to true by default.
Workaround before the fix:
Explicitly setting Invisible to True in an init module is enough
ContentIndexer.Instance.Invisible = true;
TrackQueryCommand.Execute caused unnecessary LOH Heap Allocations
Contract resolver was not reused in some places, which caused performance issues.
Best bets title and description was not auto-populated for Commerce content.
Cache in BestBetRepository is not working. This is caused by the CacheEvictionPolicy using the overload for cacheKeys, which is not correct. Instead, the masterKeys should be used.
This is an issue where during an indexing job, the number of documents increases as expected on the Overview page. But when the job finishes, the number of indexed documents are significally reduced again.
Issue where exceptions 'Can't find variable: FindApi at global code' and 'FindApi is not defined at <no_method>' are displayed.
The FindApi() function should not be executed from find.js, if it could not be loaded in the browser.
See this forum post for more details and solution.
Issue where Delete By Query is not working as expected when using service queue.
Steps to reproduce:
All content gets indexed.
Some content is not indexed.
This is an issue where a deadlock occurs in tblFindIndexQueue while running an import job with the Episerver Service API.
With this fix, the message 'IAttachmentHelper can not be initiated' is logged as INFO instead of ERROR.
IAttachmentHelper is an optional module and is not required, so the message type in logs if the module does not load should not be ERROR.