I had following scenario: Page Rev. 2 / Drawing Rev. 1
I then edited the Drawing which lead to Drawing Rev. 2 and did not save the Page (discarded it). So the Page still pointed to the Drawing Rev. 1. Unfortunately, I do not see a way to choose the Revision of a Drawing a page should display. So I tried to go back into the drawing (with edit) and it was still like Rev 1. So i switched to Rev 2. to get back my recent changes and wanted to save it. I then got the error "Saving failed". All I can do is edit the Revision 1 again to get a new revision and not to forget to save the page. Is there any fix for this planned? Additionally, is there any way to choose the Revision of a drawing that should be displayed for a page? That would have fixed that issue.
Thanks for your help.
We're investigating the issue but we need a couple of things from you :
Can you repeat the issue every time or is it just specific to that one diagram?
Currently, we don't allow manually setting diagram revisions but it's a feature we might implement if there's enough demand.
draw.io 126.96.36.199 (Trial, first installation)
Chrome 46.0.2490.86 m
In the browser console I get http://xxx:8090/rest/drawio/1.0/diagram/crud/Untitled%20Diagram/786437 500 (Internal Server Error). What is strange to me is that it's called "Untitled Diagram", because I gave it a name. I possibly renamed it, maybe that can lead to issues? What server logs would help you?
I tried to reproduce it with a new drawing but there it worked correctly. But I can still reproduce it with this existing drawing.
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