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E1: OMW: When Copy Application, OMW Action 'GET' is Executed Again Although Application Already Exists in F98780R (Doc ID 2716905.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 12, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When Copy Application, OMW Action 'GET' is executed again although application already exists in F98780R.

Per Doc ID 2490485.1 E1: OMW: Extra Actions (02 Check-In, 08 Save) in OMW Logging After Get or CheckOut on OMW Object Starting With Tools Release 9.2.1.0,
if application does not exist in F98780R, application specs is saved in PAR file and the PAR file is checked into F98780R and F98780H.

Perform OMW Get on object type APPL.
Modify APPL in FDA and Save.
Copy modified APPL to new APPL.
Go into FDA of modified APPL, modification is no longer there.
Go into FDA of copied APPL, modification is there.

Steps to reproduce

1. OMW Perform Get action on P00085.
    Per Doc ID 2490485.1 E1: OMW: Extra Actions (02 Check-In, 08 Save) in OMW Logging After Get or CheckOut on OMW Object Starting With Tools Release 9.2.1.0,
    if P00085 does not exist in F98780R, P00085 specs is saved in PAR file and PAR file is checked into F98780R and F98780H.

2. Modify P00085 in FDA (or restore modified P00085 par file)
    Create form type "Message Form".  Save and exit FDA.

3. Copy P00085 to P55085.

4. Go into FDA P55085 new form added in step #2 is there.

5. Go into FDA P00085 new form added in step #2 is no longer there.

6. Review P00085 OMW Logging (row exit Logging).
    Copy process calls again OMW 'Get' Action retrieving specs from Central Objects therefore overwriting the modification in P00085.

Changes

 

Cause

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