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How a DRG Request Numbering Creates When Multiple Request Items Exists and a New Request Added? (Doc ID 2883678.1)

Last updated on JULY 20, 2022

Applies to:

Hyperion Data Relationship Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


How request ID gets generated when multiple request items exists and a new request added on top of it?

1. Last committed ID number in May was 108
2. Request 1 for June for had 5 new rollups
a. 109 assigned
b. 110 assigned
c. 111 assigned
d. 112 assigned
e. 113 assigned
3. Request 2 for June had 1 new rollup
a. 110 assigned
b. How did it get 110 if the next available NOT YET COMMITTED was 109? Why wouldn’t it also get 109?
4. Request 2 was approved and committed first so Request 1 went to error when committed because 110 was already taken
5. Other requests took subsequent numbers and were committed successfully 


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