mmativ

yeah 😅, because there‚Äôs no other details on the error

mmativ

I experience that before on my local, i just republished all pages that have the error but how can i re published the SiteTree

taoceanz

@mmativ I've had a similar issue when working in Ubuntu machine via Vagrant as a guest box on a Windows 10 machine. For me, it was that SiteTree_Versions and SiteTree_versions weren't treated as case sensitive so attempted to rename and change the lower case v to an upper case V was the issue. If you can manually change the name via what ever tool you use to access the database, that could fix it.

taoceanz

Also, try run deb/build again. One time it would throw an error on each table it was trying to update the name on, then the subsequent build, it would get past that table, then throw an error on the next 'version' table in line. Repeated process as many times as there were 'version' tables and it didn't throw the error again.

taoceanz

In saying that, building the database from the same code base but in a staging environment on CentOS didn't encounter the naming issue so my guess is that it's Windows specific.

nightjarnz

MySQL is case insensitive by default in windows, but not on linux based machines.