Thanks for following up. We ran it again with a different test file (using records without a current digital object), and got the same results even without the replace option.
php symfony digitalobject:load --index /path/digital_object_load_test.csv
>> digital-object Load digital objects from /path/digital_object_load_test.csv...
(Mar 01, 12:50:26 PM) Loading 'A-10289.jpg' (1 of 6 remaining)
(Mar 01, 12:50:27 PM) Loading 'A-10290.jpg' (2 of 6 remaining)
(Mar 01, 12:50:27 PM) Loading 'A-10291.jpg' (3 of 6 remaining)
(Mar 01, 12:50:27 PM) Loading 'A-10292.jpg' (4 of 6 remaining)
(Mar 01, 12:50:28 PM) Loading 'A-10293.jpg' (5 of 6 remaining)
(Mar 01, 12:50:28 PM) Loading 'A-10308.jpg' (6 of 6 remaining)
>> digital-object Successfully Loaded 6 digital objects.
I’ve attached the CSV and a corresponding screenshot. The objects were loaded successfully but we have the same results with “Untitled”, for all records.
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Thanks for confirming the bug. We’re looking into whether it makes sense to rebuild the search index at this point (for only 60 new digital objects), but I’m sure that will work. I was able to manually force the re-indexing by resaving an individual record.
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Thanks for pointing out those options. Combining –slug and –update did the trick nicely, and in almost no time – all the affected records are children of the same collection.
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