Bad georeference cannot be removed, prevents duplication or editing of object


A georeference in one of our objects seems to have misbehaved somehow when placed; the entry is behaving as though the entry saved only partially, and is not actually displaying the reference. (First image)

This reference cannot be deleted - the 'x' link neither responds nor returns any kind of error. Other references can be added and deleted normally, but they cannot be saved, as CA returns an "entry was blank" error (second image). The entry as a whole cannot be duplicated either; CA returns a "Could not duplicate" error with no explanations.

Fields in other sections can be edited normally, but georeferencing for this object in particular is totally unusable at the moment.


Chrome 28.0.1500.63 m; Firefox 20.0.1; Firefox 22.0


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July 3, 2013, 11:08 PM

Looks like there's a javascript error in the map. Unfortunately we no longer seem to have access to your server so we can't debug it. Can you either have Mike send us the current external address to the back-end? thanks.

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July 5, 2013, 8:19 AM

It was a character escaping issue caused by the apostrophe in the place name. It is fixed now both in the GitHub code and on your running system.



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Patrick Stewart


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