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Bit of a long shot but does anyone know which Joomla component/plugin/module has tmp_object_relations as a table? I have inherited a site with a lot of components and thought it might be a SobiPro table but apparently not. Looks like a cache table of some sort but it's missing from my DB and I occasionally get the following error.

1146 Table 'l-XXXXXX.XXXXXX_tmp_object_relations' doesn't exist SQL=SELECT id FROM `XXXXXX_tmp_object_relations` WHERE pid = '240' ORDER BY id desc LIMIT 1000

pid will vary depending on the page.

  • does the table have no prefix? For example Kunena use kunena_xxx. Have you checked the database table to see what kind of data is being stored there? It might give you a better insight as to which extension it belongs to – Lodder Jul 21 '14 at 11:25
  • if you can't figure it out by table prefix, do "search in files" for tmp_object_relations to see where it appears – Marko D Jul 21 '14 at 11:41
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This temporary table is used by a Joomla-SobiPro search plugin (Extly Extensions, any of the SobiPro search extensions).

It's part of the indexation process. The table is only used temporarily, and no error should be shown. If you have enabled In Memory temporary tables, the associated feature may not be available in your database, try to disable them.

PD: I'm changing the tmp table name to ease debugging ;-) In any case, please, contact us to follow the topic in any of the support channels.

  • I'll chase this through your support channel @Anibal - thanks – Jeepstone Jul 21 '14 at 14:23
  • Anibal, this component is on an existing website. As such we don't have our own support package. Is support normally tied to the domain or to the developer? – Jeepstone Jul 22 '14 at 16:00
  • Support is only tied to the membership. If you have the original invoice number we can check if the membership is still valid (just contact us in the site) – Anibal Jul 22 '14 at 19:38

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