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Bug? Or am I missing something?

v_alfano
Hello all,
And happy new year. I was checking if I made any mistake inserting some new data into my tree, and so I ran tools/utility/data verification (I have an Italian version, maybe the naming is slightly different, anyway the last option). Running this tools, gives me some “errors” I don’t understand like: “wedding date but no wedding”. The couple has a wedding event in the family section, and this error appears only for the last entries. Any idea about why it’s the case? Is it a bug or I did some mistake in the data-entry?

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Re: Bug? Or am I missing something?

enno
Hello Vincenzo,

> And happy new year. I was checking if I made any mistake inserting some new data into my tree, and so I ran tools/utility/data verification (I have an Italian version, maybe the naming is slightly different, anyway the last option). Running this tools, gives me some “errors” I don’t understand like: “wedding date but no wedding”. The couple has a wedding event in the family section, and this error appears only for the last entries. Any idea about why it’s the case? Is it a bug or I did some mistake in the data-entry?
It's a feature. When you create a family, you can set a relationship
type. I often set to to Married when I have a birth certificate that
mentions parents as husband and wife, so that I know that there must be
a marriage event, even when I haven't found that yet.

Now, when you have a real marriage event, Gramps will check the
relationship type against that, so if there is one, and the relationship
type has another value than Married, Gramps will tell.

Regards,

Enno


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Re: Bug? Or am I missing something?

Ron Johnson
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On 01/05/2018 07:56 AM, Enno Borgsteede wrote:

> Hello Vincenzo,
>
>> And happy new year. I was checking if I made any mistake inserting some
>> new data into my tree, and so I ran tools/utility/data verification (I
>> have an Italian version, maybe the naming is slightly different, anyway
>> the last option). Running this tools, gives me some “errors” I don’t
>> understand like: “wedding date but no wedding”. The couple has a wedding
>> event in the family section, and this error appears only for the last
>> entries. Any idea about why it’s the case? Is it a bug or I did some
>> mistake in the data-entry?
> It's a feature. When you create a family, you can set a relationship type.
> I often set to to Married when I have a birth certificate that mentions
> parents as husband and wife, so that I know that there must be a marriage
> event, even when I haven't found that yet.
>
> Now, when you have a real marriage event, Gramps will check the
> relationship type against that, so if there is one, and the relationship
> type has another value than Married, Gramps will tell.

I don't see how that matches OP's “wedding date but no wedding” problem.

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Re: Bug? Or am I missing something?

Nick Hall
On 05/01/18 15:23, Ron Johnson wrote:
> I don't see how that matches OP's “wedding date but no wedding” problem.

The actual message in English is "Marriage date but not married".

It is a warning that the family has a marriage event with a date, but
the relationship type is not set to "Married".  The OP may want to
update the relationship type in these cases, but it is not a cause for
concern.

Nick.



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Re: Bug? Or am I missing something?

enno
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Hello Vincenzo,

> And thank you so much. You were perfectly right. I corrected the relationship type and now it’s not anymore an “error”. I wish to this wonderful community a wonderful year!
You're welcome, and best wishes to you and your family too!

Cheers!

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Re: Bug? Or am I missing something?

J. Allen Crider-2
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I used to have most relationships shown as "Unknown" or "Unmarried"
because I forgot to change the relationship type when I created it.
Somewhere along the way I found a method to change the default
relationship type to "Married" so I only had to change it in the rare
instance that parents were not married.  That selected default has held
through numerous upgrades/replacements to Gramps, the OS, and hardware
although I don't remember how I changed it and I can't find a place now
to change it again if I decided to do so.

Allen

On 01/05/2018 09:59 AM, Nick Hall wrote:

> On 05/01/18 15:23, Ron Johnson wrote:
>> I don't see how that matches OP's “wedding date but no wedding” problem.
>
> The actual message in English is "Marriage date but not married".
>
> It is a warning that the family has a marriage event with a date, but
> the relationship type is not set to "Married".  The OP may want to
> update the relationship type in these cases, but it is not a cause for
> concern.
>
> Nick.
>
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Re: Bug? Or am I missing something?

Nick Hall
On 05/01/18 18:12, J. Allen Crider wrote:
> I used to have most relationships shown as "Unknown" or "Unmarried"
> because I forgot to change the relationship type when I created it.
> Somewhere along the way I found a method to change the default
> relationship type to "Married" so I only had to change it in the rare
> instance that parents were not married.  That selected default has
> held through numerous upgrades/replacements to Gramps, the OS, and
> hardware although I don't remember how I changed it and I can't find a
> place now to change it again if I decided to do so.
>
It is the "Default family relationship" setting in the "Display" tab of
the preferences.

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Re: Bug? Or am I missing something?

Erik P. Olsen
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On 2018-01-05 at 12:12:08 J. Allen Crider wrote:

> I used to have most relationships shown as "Unknown" or "Unmarried"
> because I forgot to change the relationship type when I created it.
> Somewhere along the way I found a method to change the default
> relationship type to "Married" so I only had to change it in the rare
> instance that parents were not married.  That selected default has
> held through numerous upgrades/replacements to Gramps, the OS, and
> hardware although I don't remember how I changed it and I can't find
> a place now to change it again if I decided to do so.

Edit -> Preferences -> Display
Set "Default family relationship" to: Married

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Re: Bug? Or am I missing something?

J. Allen Crider-2
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Thanks.  But that does raise a question.  The reason I was unable to
find it was that it was set to "Unknown" even though the last time I
changed it, I set it to "Married".  I haven't changed the relationship
type on any of the families I've added in quite some time and the only
families I have that do not have relationship type set to Married are 3
that have relationship Unknown and 7 that have relationship type
Unmarried out of over 21000 families.

On 01/05/2018 01:11 PM, Nick Hall wrote:

> On 05/01/18 18:12, J. Allen Crider wrote:
>> I used to have most relationships shown as "Unknown" or "Unmarried"
>> because I forgot to change the relationship type when I created it.
>> Somewhere along the way I found a method to change the default
>> relationship type to "Married" so I only had to change it in the rare
>> instance that parents were not married.  That selected default has
>> held through numerous upgrades/replacements to Gramps, the OS, and
>> hardware although I don't remember how I changed it and I can't find a
>> place now to change it again if I decided to do so.
>>
> It is the "Default family relationship" setting in the "Display" tab of
> the preferences.
>
> Nick.
>
>
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