SignalR and Recurrence exceptions not working correctly

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  1. Brent Sheppard
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    Oct 2018

    Posted 20 Feb 2019 Link to this post

    I am trying to hook up SignalR with the MVC scheduler based on the examples given in Github and when I try to make a recurrence exception the Update event is called to update the parent but there is never a trigger for the Create to create the new database entry for the recurrence exception. It is my understanding that when you create a recurrence exception it saves to the database as a new entry linking to the original recurrence via an Id( I don't remember if it is the RecurrenceId or a different one). Is this correct? If so is this a known error because I have used the Scheduler just as it is explained how to set it up in your tutorials and it works fine but now that I am using the SignalR method it is not working.
  2. Nencho
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    Posted 22 Feb 2019 Link to this post

    Hello Brent,

    Generally, the create method should get invoked when creating an exception. Could you please specify which is the exact example you've followed form our repo? Also, please inspect your Network tab, in order to get more information about whether the method is not defined on some other information. Basically, you should observe the two update and create requests, when creating the exception.

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  3. Brent Sheppard
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    14 posts
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    Oct 2018

    Posted 27 Feb 2019 in reply to Nencho Link to this post

    For now I have put this on the back burner as I do not need to use SignalR and I seem to be having the same problem without SignalR Implemented so I started a separate post with screenshots about that. If that gets solved then I will try again with SignalR.
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