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facebook comments issue - open graph .NET

Hi;

In the following site of mine, there is a comment integration issue of fb in which the comments visible are from another site.

A year ago, I opened this website for test purpose and upload news of another site but it seems the fb comments are linked, so the comments are not relevant currently for my news. This happens also for some other news.

irrelevant
Is it caching comments somewhere in my db or stg like that?
What to do?

Regards.
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Manoj Patil

8/22/2022 - Mon
Manoj Patil

Hey,
Since you are fetching news from another site, and if they have integrated the Facebook comments from their business purpose. Then it will be automatically loaded all the comments and likes with every item you fetch from other site.
Since every news item has its own URL to promote on facebook.
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jazzIIIlove

but i am not currently fetching, I was fetching for test purpose and delete those news..how come fb recalls still?

regards.
Manoj Patil

Hey, can you make me clear.
Since you are fetching the news for test purpose, so still all the comments and likes will be with that news. Right ?
If you have stored the news in database and display it again. then the url of the actual news will remains same. So although you deleted the news and show it again, it will give you the same result.
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
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jazzIIIlove

>>If you have stored the news in database and display it again. then the url of the actual news will remains same. So although you deleted the news and show it again, it will give you the same result.

So, by deleting the id of the news, it will work properly you say. Right?

But i am not keeping the facebook comments in a db.
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