Has anybody experiences the following situation?--
GoogleBot is using a permutation that doesn't exists (anymore)? :(
Googlebot (GB) comes by to crawl the site (build with GWT 2.7.0: leuker.nl) and generates some exception on some page, namely leuker.nl/zorgtoeslag/acties), this only occurs when GB accesses the site. The exception looks like:
Cannot call method 'xg' of null
at Unknown.NOb(https://leuker.nl/aangifte/acties) ~[na:na]
at Unknown.Mrd(https://leuker.nl/aangifte/acties) ~[na:na]
The deObfuscator in the backend complaints that it's receiving a permutation from the frontend, that doesn't exists, and checking it manually, it really doesn't exists... It had that already a few times when deploying new versions.
1) What permutation is GB using ? I could it be a cashed one (old one) ?
2) I can't solve this issue without deObfuscating (I don't want to put a pretty-version online, it's too big).
Any idea ?
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