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Nuno Linhares
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This means that for some reason the publish instruction resulted in 0 items to publish. Maybe the structure group is set to not be publishable, or some other reason. Pre Web 8 this would have been reported as a success, with 0 items published, which I think is worse :)

Might be worth running your publishedpublisher in debug (stop the publisher service then run "tcmpublisher /debug"tcmpublisher /debug) to find out why it is resulting in a 0 item transaction.

This means that for some reason the publish instruction resulted in 0 items to publish. Maybe the structure group is set to not be publishable, or some other reason. Pre Web 8 this would have been reported as a success, with 0 items published, which I think is worse :)

Might be worth running your published in debug (stop the publisher service then run "tcmpublisher /debug") to find out why it is resulting in a 0 item transaction.

This means that for some reason the publish instruction resulted in 0 items to publish. Maybe the structure group is set to not be publishable, or some other reason. Pre Web 8 this would have been reported as a success, with 0 items published, which I think is worse :)

Might be worth running your publisher in debug (stop the publisher service then run tcmpublisher /debug) to find out why it is resulting in a 0 item transaction.

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Nuno Linhares
  • 28.8k
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  • 90

This means that for some reason the publish instruction resulted in 0 items to publish. Maybe the structure group is set to not be publishable, or some other reason. Pre Web 8 this would have been reported as a success, with 0 items published, which I think is worse :)

Might be worth running your published in debug (stop the publisher service then run "tcmpublisher /debug") to find out why it is resulting in a 0 item transaction.