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E1: CFR11: How To Revert the Configuration of an Audit (A) Table that was Wrongly Created in 'JDV' Environment instead of the 'DV' Environment ? (Doc ID 2633881.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Configured a table (example F4106) for audit in JDV920 environment by mistake. User was logged in as JDV920 environment instead of DV920 when setting up Audit Table Configuration in P9500001. It should be first configured in DV920 before copying the audit table configurations to JDV920 environment as mentioned in Document 651472.1 - How to Copy Audit Table Configurations to J Environment.

This cause the CFR Configuration table (F9500001) to be created with a wrong record for Audit table pointing to the environment JDV920 instead of DV920.


When user now login as DV920, user is unable to see the Audit Table Configuration for F4106 in P9500003 application.


If user click Add to add the table F4106 in P9500003, it gives the following error "Audit Table Exists".

 

How to revert this or back out this audit configuration?
 

Solution

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