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Error When Trying to Submit Articles

11 days ago
I know this bug has been around for awhile, but I've been trying to submit an article for 3 days now. At one point I was trying to submit it every 30 minutes for 8 hours straight lol. I always get this error: ADODB.Command error '800a0d5d' Application uses a value of the wrong type for the current operation. C:\WEBSITES\CHOOSEYOURSTORY\CHOOSEYOURSTORY.COM\HELP\ARTICLES\../../Includes/Components/Article.vbs, line 104 I get this error if I click save and submit as well as if I click save incomplete.

Error When Trying to Submit Articles

8 days ago
Ok I'm still having the same issue, but I'm 95% sure it's something on my end. I've tried different computers, different browsers, removing the one italize html tag I have in it, saving it to notepad then copy pasting it over, made an attempt at adding to it bit by bit but still couldn't use the save button without the error, turning off the extension, and probably a few other things I'm forgetting and will eventually repeat today. However, I did shorten the Article Title and got a new error that I haven't seen before. Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server error '80040e2f' The UPDATE statement conflicted with the CHECK constraint "CK Articles - Row Validity". The conflict occurred in database "MyAdventureGame", table "dbo.Articles". C:\WEBSITES\CHOOSEYOURSTORY\CHOOSEYOURSTORY.COM\HELP\ARTICLES\../../Includes/Components/Article.vbs, line 149 And now the article shows up as if it had been saved, even though I didn't save and only submit.

Error When Trying to Submit Articles

8 days ago
Well nevermind, it finally went through after I added a . to the abstract lines from the saved article(which I never clicked save on). I'm just going to accept this win and do a happy dance off to the corner now!

Error When Trying to Submit Articles

8 days ago
It's an annoying bug and just greying out buttons that aren't speed to be clicked yet rather than hitting you in the face with scary looking error messages would be ideal.

There are still a lot of random bugs floating around in articles, even if you do everything right they'll refuse to submit sometimes, and there's been times I've been locked out of accessing them for edits and the fix was just waiting awhile and then clicking the button again.