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      1. Go to control panel,add a community,add a page to this community,and add Document Library to this page.
      2. Add some files.
      3. In Guest communtiy,also add Document Library portlet to a test page.
      4. Add shortcut,select the newly created community,select files newly uploaded.
      You would see the results as attached image.
      But if you select the current community,it's working.
      Otherwise,I tested it on 52x-64956,same steps,and no such issues.
      So I assume it's a bug.

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          Michael Hashimoto added a comment -

          Fixed in these environments:
          Tomcat 6.0.29 + MySQL 5.1 + Firefox 3.6.12. Portal Revision 67800. Trunk.
          Tomcat 6.0.29 + MySQL 5.1 + Firefox 3.6.12. Portal Revision 67822. 6.0.x.

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          Michael Hashimoto added a comment - Fixed in these environments: Tomcat 6.0.29 + MySQL 5.1 + Firefox 3.6.12. Portal Revision 67800. Trunk. Tomcat 6.0.29 + MySQL 5.1 + Firefox 3.6.12. Portal Revision 67822. 6.0.x.
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          James Falkner added a comment -

          add to 6.0.6 queue

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          James Falkner added a comment - add to 6.0.6 queue
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          Jeremy Wier added a comment -

          We are running 6.0.6 and this still doesn't work. You cannot add a shortcut to a document in another community. Anyone else experiencing the same behavior?

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          Jeremy Wier added a comment - We are running 6.0.6 and this still doesn't work. You cannot add a shortcut to a document in another community. Anyone else experiencing the same behavior?
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          Brad Harriger added a comment -

          I am still getting the same error as well. (using Build 6006 / February 17, 2011)

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          Brad Harriger added a comment - I am still getting the same error as well. (using Build 6006 / February 17, 2011)
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          Alex Cabello added a comment -

          Confirmed this is still broken in 6.0.6.

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          Alex Cabello added a comment - Confirmed this is still broken in 6.0.6.
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          Iván Rodríguez added a comment -

          I still have this problem in 6.0.6. Why is being closed?

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          Iván Rodríguez added a comment - I still have this problem in 6.0.6. Why is being closed?
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          malik added a comment -

          I do have this issue using 6.0.6.

          Actually, I have made the upgrade from 5.2.3 to 6.0.6. and when I want to open a folder that contains a shortcut of a file, the server displays No DLFileEntry exception. After I have analysed the problem, I found out that LR looks for the tuple corresponding to the query <groupId, folderId, name[of file]> in the table dlFileEntry, however instead of searching the query with the parameters <[original]groupId, [original]folderId, name>, it looks for <[current]groupId, [original]folderId, name> and of course using this combination it will never find it !!

          EXample (of my deduction):
          Suppose you have a community called c1 within it you created a folder f1 and within this folder you uploaded a file let's say my_file. LR will create in dlFileEntry table a tuple containing <c1,f1,my_file>

          Next, you changed to community c2, and chose the folder f2 and want to create a shortcut of my_file in f2. LR will send a query to your DB telling it "give me the tuple corresponding to this entry <c2,f1,my_file>" this time it won't find nothing, you have seen the result!!!

          There is a table called dlFilesShortcut, maybe they missed to make the join with it when constructing the query to find the correct entry in dlFileEntry. Because in this table, we find the correspondence between the original community and the targeted community.

          Hope it helps

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          malik added a comment - I do have this issue using 6.0.6. Actually, I have made the upgrade from 5.2.3 to 6.0.6. and when I want to open a folder that contains a shortcut of a file, the server displays No DLFileEntry exception. After I have analysed the problem, I found out that LR looks for the tuple corresponding to the query <groupId, folderId, name [of file] > in the table dlFileEntry, however instead of searching the query with the parameters < [original] groupId, [original] folderId, name>, it looks for < [current] groupId, [original] folderId, name> and of course using this combination it will never find it !! EXample (of my deduction): Suppose you have a community called c1 within it you created a folder f1 and within this folder you uploaded a file let's say my_file. LR will create in dlFileEntry table a tuple containing <c1,f1,my_file> Next, you changed to community c2, and chose the folder f2 and want to create a shortcut of my_file in f2. LR will send a query to your DB telling it "give me the tuple corresponding to this entry <c2,f1,my_file>" this time it won't find nothing, you have seen the result!!! There is a table called dlFilesShortcut, maybe they missed to make the join with it when constructing the query to find the correct entry in dlFileEntry. Because in this table, we find the correspondence between the original community and the targeted community. Hope it helps

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