I have seen the module "'reviewboard.reviews.models'" , I put some debug
statements and found that the save method is not called with
update_counts=True, when we discarded a unpublished review and again
publish a review with same change no. It calls the save method but the
update_counts is false.
def save(self, update_counts=False, **kwargs):
self.bugs_closed = self.bugs_closed.strip()
self.summary = truncate(self.summary, MAX_SUMMARY_LENGTH)
if update_counts or self.id is None:
if self.status != self.PENDING_REVIEW:
# If this is not a pending review request now, delete any
# and all ReviewRequestVisit objects.
Please give me some pointer on how to fix this issue.
On Thursday, 13 December 2012 11:03:38 UTC+5:30, David Trowbridge wrote:
> I think we still have a lingering bug when reopening existing review
> requests. I'll look into it.
> In the meantime, you can run the "fixreviewcounts" management command to
> fix these.
> > wrote:
>> can any one give me a pointer on this pls.
>> On Wednesday, 12 December 2012 15:49:51 UTC+5:30, satish singh wrote:
>>> I am running on Review Board 1.6.3.
>>> Say the outgoing review count is 10.
>>> When i post a review through GUI with a change no, the outgoing review
>>> count is increased by 1 that is 11, and then i discard it before publishing.
>>> The outgoing review count is decreased by 1, that is 10.
>>> Now again publish a review with same change no. the outgoing review
>>> count is not increased this time. and remain 10.
>>> if i repeat this 10 more time, the outgoing review count becomes
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