Element count operation on a deleted registry member - Registry: reference
Sent: 29th Oct
Subject: Element count operation on a deleted registry member - Registry: reference
A few days ago I have removed some unused elements from registry. Now I get rig of few hundreds of warnings about unused text entries, however new warnings has appeared in the repair log:
Warning! Element count operation on a deleted registry member Registry: reference Posit: 5 Used by: Item #1,556: Name the hidden shared resource of infrastructure 1
Warning! Element count operation on a deleted registry member Registry: reference Posit: 85 Used by: Item #1,887: What account can perform the following RODC administration tasks
There are many more similar warnings, however all contain reference to Posit: 5 or 85, and in the registry reference there are no items with these Pos. How can I get rid of these warnings? Is it possible to create fake reference entry with Pos 5?
I have already checked a page http://supermemopedia.com/wiki/Element_count_operation_on_a_deleted_registry_member however it concerns (probably) another problem.
When you delete an object in a registry you should get a warning that elements that use the object may fail to display it (or report "count operation" problem). When you delete components, SuperMemo should decrement their use count, but those objects that have been deleted will report "deleted registry member". If you are sure you deleted those objects (e.g. pictures) by hand, you probably have nothing to worry about.
In some cases, SuperMemo updates the use count for objects. In others it may not do so. It all depends on how much time it would take to make a full update. SuperMemo will try not to disrupt your work with prolonged operations.