The No such term issue

Asked by Brian Lockwood on 2008-09-11

I had this problem before associated with term names and thought it was a eol issue with mac at the time however the issue has happened again,
I Definitely have a Summer term with that name.

Here is the start of my sections files

Summer,egglescliffe
,,

7nh/En,HY
Monday1,Lesson3
Thursday1,Lesson5
Thursday2,Lesson5
Wednesday2,Lesson1
***
E808204200052
G808300400029
R835200200028
V808207999028
Z808207600013
V808208000005
V808205900019
U808208000014
V808331501014
H808202200017
X808205000005

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Brian Lockwood
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2008-09-14
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2008-09-14
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2008-09-11
Brian Lockwood (brianlockwood) said : #1

If I change the case of the term name to all lower case, it seems to work but I definitely used Autumn rather than autumn

Brian Lockwood (brianlockwood) said : #2

Just to summarise my view on this one. A term called "Winter" will still need to be referred to as "winter" in the sections import file.

Ignas Mikalaj┼źnas (ignas) said : #3

Well, I think that view wants a term id not the term title, not sure how you got Capitalized id for autumn in your database though...

Brian Lockwood (brianlockwood) said : #4

On creating a term you do not get to specify id directly so far as I can tell. I set the name of the term as 'Summer' and ended up with the id 'summer'.