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E1: RDA: 64Bit Fat Client Entire Data Selection Deleted After Save When Last Row has Null Right Operand (Doc ID 2847705.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 08, 2022

Applies to:

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


Fat client 64bit only.

After saving UBE version data selection with Null right operand in last row via:

• Batch Versions - row exit
   Entire data selection is deleted

• RDA of Version
   The UBE version specs are deleted after save and exit RDA. Click 'Report Design' or 'Set Selection' generates Error: JITI Failure.

Steps to reproduce (64bit fat client)

• Update Data Selection via Batch Versions > Row-exit
  1. Batch Versions R0006P. Add version WIN64A. Click Cancel in [Batch Version Design]
  2. Goto Row_exit > Data selection. Add the 2 rows below:
      Where BC Business Unit (F0006)(MCU) is equal to " 64BIT"
      And BC Address Number (F0006)(AN8)is equal to <Null>
  3. Click OK
  4. Goto Row_exit > Data selection > Empty. Entire data selection has been deleted. 

• Update Data Selection via RDA of Version
  1. Batch Versions R0006P. Add version WIN64B. Goto TAB(Tools)
  2. Click Report Design
  3. Right-click on section(Business Unit Report Driver)
  4. Select 'Override Version Specifications'
  5. Check box[Section Data Selection], click OK
  6. Right-click on section(Business Unit Report Driver)
  7. Select 'Define Data Selection'. Add the 2 rows below:
      Where BC Business Unit (F0006)(MCU) is equal to " 64BIT"
      And BC Address Number (F0006)(AN8) is equal to <Null>
  8. Click Save. Exit RDA
  9. Click 'Report Design' or 'Set Selection'. Error: JITI Failure
  10. Fastpath UTB. Goto File|Open Local
  11. Double-click F98761. Find RSOBNM=R0006P, RSVERS=WIN64*
  12. Only WIN64A exists. WIN64B has been deleted by RDA.


Fat client 64bit.

Update to tools release 9.2.6.x, 9.2.5.x.


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