Steps to reproduce:1. Open any page in "Default (normal site visitor)" mode2. Delete this page to trash from CMS3. Refresh open page4. Restore this page from trash5. Refresh open pageWe can see 404 error page
This is CMS bug?
Which's version of CMS you're using?
// Ha Bui
Hi, What's happen when you click restore?
1. Dialog with message: Would you like to restore the content to its original place?
2. Content Tree Dialog to "Select Place to Restore to" ?
case (2) when the old parent is removed (to Trash or Forever). The the publish url to content will be changed after restore.
So you still receive 404 Not found!
When I click restore I see "Would you like to restore the content to its original place".
It is important that if I don't refresh open page when it is in the trash, after the restore of the error is not present.
If no special, can you provide the publish url of the content before and after restore?
Url before and after equal.
After restore, if I make changes in page and publish, error is not present.
I am wondering have you done a test by resetiing application pool.
1 - Restroe Page2 - IIS resest
After IIS reset error is not present.
Did anyone found a solutions to this? Other then iisreset?
I have the same problem. Version 7.19