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SharePoint Online - Webpart Library from Subsite to Parent

SharePoint Online - Webpart Library from Subsite to Parent

SharePoint Online - Webpart Library from Subsite to Parent

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I have done libraries from parent to sub and vice versa in 2010 and 2013 and SP Online.

The problem is in SP online after I have inserted the webpart onto the page and try to Check in/Out, delete, etc. a file it gives me this error message:

The server has encountered the following error(s):
List does not exist. The page you selected contains a list that does not exist. It may have been deleted by another user.

Any ideas what the issue is?

I have done the following:
created the webpart in the document library by adding a view and saving to the site gallery and to a file.
created the webpart and then updated the WebID

All have the same issue???

Thanks for your time!~

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