Delete orphaned key nodes
As deletion did not work correctly for long time we do still have PolytomousKeyNodes that do reference a PolytomousKey that does not exist anymore in the database (due to missing referential integrity checking).
These need to be deleted via update script.
The same may be true for other tree nodes (TaxonNode, FeatureNode) => checked this, taxon node and feature node do not seem to be critical, didn't find any example, maybe taxon nodes where deleted previously already
#9 Updated by Andreas Müller over 3 years ago
- Status changed from Resolved to Closed
I checked with
SELECT * FROM PolytomousKeyNode pkn WHERE pkn.key_id NOT IN (SELECT id FROM PolytomousKey); SELECT * FROM PolytomousKeyNode pkn WHERE pkn.question_id NOT IN (SELECT ks.id FROM KeyStatement ks) or pkn.statement_id NOT IN (SELECT ks.id FROM KeyStatement ks); SELECT * FROM KeyStatement ks WHERE id NOT IN (SELECT MN.KeyStatement_id FROM KeyStatement_LanguageString MN ); SELECT * FROM KeyStatement_LanguageString MN WHERE MN.label_id NOT IN (SELECT id FROM LanguageString LS ) ;
didn't find any unlinked records except for those being there before already (e.g. in cyprus KeyStatement.id = 2613 which has not LanguageString) => deleted this in production as it is not in the key anymore.
So there are some more orphaned key nodes that have no parent but are also no root nodes. This is handled in new #6705