We've just had a problem at work which seems to occur a lot in Notes and I was wondering if anyone has any great solution that they have implemented.
Here's the story:
- You have a database on the server
- You take a local replica
- Delete a number of documents from the server
- Wait however long it takes to have the deletion stubs purged for the database
- Replicate the local database with the server again
Essentially any document which was in the database and has since been deleted will appear again in the database because the deletion stubs have been purged and the database no longer knows that the document shouldn't exist.
The situation is one where you can manage it in most cases through replication settings and the purge data for deletion stubs, but has anyone found a good way to prevent it from happening in the random cases?