I posted his issue in the webcore forums but unfortunately no one answered, hoping that someone might be able to help of I post my question here:
- Give a description of the problem
After updating webcore from repo I seem to have
2 of everything and all are on the latest version aside from the dashboard - one has, one hasn’t.
- What is the expected behavior?
I used to have one of everything, is this an issue? Do I now need to delete the duplicates?
Could this be because when I first updated I may not have selected all of the apps? I.e. I did not update everything at the same time?
*EDIT having delved deeper, I can identify the newly created smartapps by clicking on the ‘eye’ icon. Is it safe for me to just delete these? Or should I just leave everything as is?!
Webcore thread here: https://community.webcore.co/t/duplicate-webcore-smartapps-in-ide/5842
Ok got it down to this, but I cannot delete the last 2 duplicates apps…
I’ve un-linked them from Github, but they are seemingly impossible to delete, the ‘webcore’ duplicate app reports:
Error 500: Internal Server Error
Whereas the other ‘piston’ duplicate reports:
This SmartApp can’t be deleted at this time because it is installed by one or more users
In My location-smartapps the duplicate apps don’t appear - it’s just the usual 3 webcore apps - ‘webcore’, ‘webcore storage’ and ‘webcore dashboard’ - which is apparently normal, there are no strange or ghost apps appearing in the indented webcore section…
I have read that some people have managed to delete rougue entries like this by ‘writing over the code with a switch and save then they are able to delete’ - I’m not really sure what this means? What switch should I over-write the code with, could anyone help me understand this?
Appreciate the reply Robin, thanks. I will give your suggestion a go later today. I don’t suppose you have any idea how this happened in the first place?
So to update - I got rid of the duplicates by overwriting them in the code section with a different smartapp, running the simulator, then clicking ‘uninstall’ - many thanks to @anon36505037 and @jkp (another thread) for helping me out - hopefully this solution will help others faced with the same issue.
EDIT - Spoke to soon - now I cannot delete the replacement apps! Arrgh!! - Fed up now, sent an email to ST to sort
Did you ever get this solved? I have two of WebCoRE Dashboard on my Smatthings IDE Smartapps. One is listed as Published and the other as Edited. I can’t figure how to delete this.
It does not seem to hurt anything but bugs me.
I responded to your post on the webcore forum