I’ve lately come across a behaviour I’m slightly confused about in regards to why the publish date for the article is not matching that of the website.
It was published -> 2018-03-29 07:05:00 (updated)
TT fetched this article on -> 2018-03-29 07:14:00 (date_entered)
TT updated the article on -> 2018-04-02 10:58:01.419614 (date_updated)
The above news is again in the news feed for the website as per data below:
<item> <title>READY PLAYER ONE: UCI KINOWELT und WIDESCREEN laden ein zur "Heroes Night"</title> <guid><![CDATA[http://www.pcgames.de/Ready-Player-One-Film-266587/News/Heroes-Night-UCI-KINOWELT-1253285/]]></guid> <description>Achtung Filmfans! Am 4. April 2018 zeigt UCI KINOWELT mit READY PLAYER ONE das neue Science-Fiction-Abenteuer von Steven Spielberg in der "Heroes Night" - in 3D! Gegen Vorlage eines bei uns als PDF herunterladbaren Original-Gutschein-Coupons gibts…</description> <link>http://www.pcgames.de/Ready-Player-One-Film-266587/News/Heroes-Night-UCI-KINOWELT-1253285/</link> <pubDate>Mon, 02 Apr 2018 09:05:00 +0200</pubDate> <enclosure url="http://www.pcgames.de/screenshots/teaserw160/2018/03/RPO-TRLR-0023-pc-games.jpg" type="image/jpeg" length="2776" /> </item>
Now in my TT feed and other custom views I don’t get this article up as an article from today (seeing it retains the original updated date). Thought if it appears in their feed again I would have expected the “updated” date to reflect that… so that I would see it as a new article (even and update of an existing article) - is this normal?
And if normal how can I change that I could swear in the past I’ve seen articles get a bumped publish date when there’s been an update. I first though it could be something around GUID having isPermalink=true as for another test example of mine… but this one did not have that so I thought to ask for the logic around this.
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