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We need to evaluate how many issues has no flow associated.
Which will be the sql to launch to de DB?
All issues have workflows associated with them. If they don't, then you've got quite a broken system.
You probably need to try the integrity checker first. Not mess with the database.
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If I launch the integrity checker.... Will the system performance be punished? That is.... it's better to launch this process this nigth or it doesn't matter...
I don't think in update the broken issues, only launch a select count(*) to know the problem magnitude.
It won't load it any more than an SQL query. And the checker reads first and then says "I found X issues, do you want to fix them?"
Ok! Many thanks!
I've launched the checker by I recive "Proxy error" message from server. It must be because of the server/proxy configuration. Is there any other way to know how many issues has been affected?
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