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Object Deleting Issue

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In our project we do have following code segment to delete event entry

IClient client = SearchClient.Instance;
client.Delete(eventId);

But this is not working inside the our existing project. But if I try the same code in a separate test application (with same configurations), it works. So, I would like to know what was the issue. Also don't know is this happening due to security issue. The biggest problem is I don't know how to inspect find service related issues. Appreciate any help on this matter 

#132616
Aug 13, 2015 20:33
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Do you get any error messages?

#132627
Aug 14, 2015 10:20
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Hi

I've used Fiddler in the past to inspect the raw requests coming to/from Find. You need to install Fiddler as a proxy for the internet connections in IIS. This means you can inspect all the traffic going to/from your site in IIS. As I remember you need to configure network settings in web.config and also set Fiddler up to act as a proxy.

Let me know if you think this might be useful? If so I'll post a blog on how to configure it so I don't forget next time :)!

David

#132629
Edited, Aug 14, 2015 10:53
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@ Per Magne

No i'm not getting any error message

@ David

Yes, that would be great if you could post a blog explaining how to configure fiddler to capturer IIS inbound and outbound traffic

#132644
Aug 14, 2015 15:05
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The Delete method returns an DeleteResult object, ref http://world.episerver.com/documentation/Class-library/?documentId=find/8/98F95097

Could you check to see if that gives you any pointers to what the problem could be?

#132668
Aug 17, 2015 8:02
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Thanks everyone for your help. As per David's advice, I have configured my application (referring: Configure .NET applications) to capture IIS outbound traffic by putting following code in to web.config

<system.net>
 <defaultProxy>
  <proxy bypassonlocal="False" usesystemdefault="True" proxyaddress="http://127.0.0.1:8888"/>
 </defaultProxy>
</system.net>

Then I find out that after object is deleted, it was re-index by another event. So fixing that resolved the problem

#132878
Aug 19, 2015 21:25
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