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  • #10935

    Just tried to find relationship between myself (I1) and another individual (I10132) on the database using:

    Find a closest relationship via common ancestors, or fallback to the closest overall connection

    Result shows chart with I10132 correctly at one end but instead of I1 at the other end it shows I744 – and claiming an incorrect relationship of great-great-nephew (the correct relationship between I774 and I10132, but not correct between I1 and I10132). See first screen shot below.
    Then checked my relationship with I744 and what appeared instead was the relationship between my grandfather and I744 (see second screen shot attached).
    Trying relationship between I744 and I1 (the inverse of the previous check), the result is again incorrect, but different, truncating in a different manner – see screen shot 3.
    This is the first time I have ever had a problem with the Relationship Chart feature. I just made a series of random checks all of which seem to work perfectly. It seems to be related specifically to I744 which must have some odd qualities, but I have checked the raw GEDCOM individual and associted family records and can see nothing odd.
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    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #10946

    Yes, that does look like a bug, so I have transferred it ti the bug section. Thanks.

    Not related to any particular individual though, as I have been able to reproduce it on my own data, rather it appears to be a failure to fully connect some more complex lines.

    Might be hard to trace, but it will be a high priority for me as I use this a lot.

    Trouble is, I don’t remember actually changing any code in this area. but we’ll see. Memory’s not what it used to be 🙂

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #10947

    Success! I found there was an externally supplied file that I wasn’t aware (but should have been) needed updating. Now done.

    Ron, your site, and other kiwitrees.net-hosted sites, now have that updated file installed.

    For self-hosted sites, replace kiwitrees/library/algorithm/optimized_dijkstra.php with the one in the attached zip folder.

    (File replaced – see post #10953 below)

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #10951

    Great! Many thanks for high-speed reaction Nigel!

    Ron in France
    Website: https://clan-davies.kiwitrees.net/
    kiwitrees 3.3.9; PHP 7.3.5

  • #10952

    {For self-hosted sites, replace kiwitrees/library/algorithm/optimized_dijkstra.php with the one in the attached zip folder.}

    the attached file in db_schema_0_1-1.zip is db_schema_0_1.
    Do I have to delete optimized_dijkstra.php and upload db_schema_0_1 in the folder kiwitrees/library/algorithm or is it the wrong file? Or the wrong folder?

  • #10953

    Sorry – definitely the wrong file.

    Try the one attached to this post.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
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