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bd528
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Helper II

Inaccessible Component

I have inherited an application with one error in a component. 

 

The name of the component (taken from the Errors list) is not in my list of components.

 

I tried renaming a component to the one that is supposed to have an error, as a test, and it says it already exists.

 

Is there anyway to resolve this without rebuilding the app from scratch?

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RandyHayes
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@bd528 

Is it possible that you are using a Component library and that component is in that library?

To check, click on the big plus icon on the left navigation bar.  Then look for Library Components and expand that to see if there are components coming from a library.

Ex:

RandyHayes_0-1657128180633.png

 

 

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RandyHayes
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@bd528 

Can you supply more details on what you are seeing?  i.e. names of components, perhaps a screenshot of what you are seeing, or anything else that would help lead you the right direction.

 

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Here is a screenshot. The component (Cmp Header) shown on the right is not in the list of the components on the left. It's not on the list of screens either.

 

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RandyHayes
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@bd528 

Is it possible that you are using a Component library and that component is in that library?

To check, click on the big plus icon on the left navigation bar.  Then look for Library Components and expand that to see if there are components coming from a library.

Ex:

RandyHayes_0-1657128180633.png

 

 

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It was a library component! Thank you so much!

RandyHayes
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@bd528 

No problem.  Always a little tricky to track down things in an inherited app.

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