Two records from people I imported where I customized the path

Hi,

Something strange happened to people that I imported where I also added a path change. This maybe related to the issue I'm having with this problem post, but it's hard to tell: http://community.openscholar.harvard....

I have two records for Mariano Sánchez-Talanquer:

https://wcfia.harvard.edu/mariano-san... and https://wcfia.harvard.edu/people/mari...

Both pages are published, but when I do a content search, I only get one record as a result, and I'm not limiting the search by content type:



Also, I can edit /mariano-sanchez-talanquer but I can't edit /people/mariano-sanchez-talanquer

I checked out the NodeID numbers with the hope that I could edit it that way.
/mariano-sanchez-talanquer is 1133731 (the one I can edit)
/people/mariano-sanchez-talanquer is 1132411 (the one I can't edit, so I looked at the source code)

I tried to just plug the new NodeID into the edit URL, but I got a "you are not authorized, only the site owner has access..." message. And I am the site owner.

I'm checking out others and I've found it happened elsewhere (there may be more, but I'm not done checking): https://wcfia.harvard.edu/sophie-lemiere and https://wcfia.harvard.edu/people/soph...

I changed the path of people with accents in their names when I imported them because I didn't want them to get character entity codes in their URL. But I just would put the name in the column (mariano-sanchez-talanquer) not (people/mariano-sanchez-talanquer) which is maybe what caused the problem? That said, the template you can download from the import dialogue box, does not indicate that you need to include "people/" in the path for that column in the sample data.

This is also causing problems with people who are trying to sync names to other sites. Mariano is an example.

Thanks,
Kristin
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