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Using Sitecore 8.2 Update 3

I had the following folder structure in templates:

-User Defined
--Global
--User Defined
    --|--Core
    --|--Site Specific
    --|--|--Site 1
    --|--|--Site 2

I did some reorganization, so now my Master database looks like this:

-User Defined
--Core
--User Defined
    --|--Site Specific
    --|--|--Site 1
    --|--|--Site 2

When I published (republish) it seemed to move everything around OK, but it wont rename the Global folder to Core, so my web actually looks like this:

-User Defined
--Global
--User Defined
    --|--Site Specific
    --|--|--Site 1
    --|--|--Site 2

In another instance, I changed the template of an item, and that does not seem to want to publish either.

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    There is an issue reported for that version which affects publishing. You'll need to upgrade to 8.2u4 or use the Sitecore Publishing Service. dev.sitecore.net/Downloads/Sitecore%20Experience%20Platform/82/… – Michael West Jul 25 '17 at 20:31
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    For these publishing issues in 8.2 u3, Sitecore has released a patch which you should integrate. Please refer here – Siva Sankar Jul 25 '17 at 21:11
  • @SivaSankar Can add that as an answer? – Ethan Schofer Jul 26 '17 at 12:22
  • @EthanSchofer please mark suitable suggestion if you find it as answer which would be useful for others. – Siva Sankar Jul 26 '17 at 13:14
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Based on @Siva Sankar - I downloaded the Hotfix and this fixed the problem. The only downside is that the hotfix is an updated Sitecore.Kernell.dll, which means I am no longer using the NuGet feed for Sitecore.Kernell.dll.

  • Upgrade to Update 5, then you can use the feed again. – Sergeant Sitecore Sep 20 '17 at 17:58
  • Not a viable solution at this stage of development – Ethan Schofer Sep 20 '17 at 19:16

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