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E1: OMW: Enhancement Request to Allow Successful Deletion of an Object From a Project in a Specific Pathcode When the Object Exists in Other Projects and Pathcodes (Doc ID 2854367.1)

Last updated on MARCH 09, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Unable to successfully delete an object from a project in a specific pathcode when the object exists in open projects in other pathcodes, error "Object Exists in Open Project" is generated.

Steps: 

Step 1:
Sign into Fat Client DV920 
Fast Path to OMW
Create Project TDVStatus21
Search for DSTR Object D0000002
Add D0000002 to project
Copy D0000002, create D5800002
Remove D0000002 from project
Check in the Object
Release the Token


Step 2:
Create Project TDVStatus26
Search for DSTR Object D5800002
Add D5800002 to project
Check out/check in
Promote project to Status 26
Change Owner to PVC Administrator, Status 06

Step 3:
Sign into Fat Client PY920
Fast Path to P98230
Verify Activity Rules > 26-26 > DSTR > From PY > To PY > Allowed Action 02 Delete (for my User ID)
Verify Allowed Actions Exist for PVC Administrator (OMW User Role 06) *ALL objects and *ALL Actions

Step 4:
Fast Path to OMW
Select project TDVStatus26
Select Object D5800002
Select Delete
Select Delete Object from Server and Delete Object Locally
Error: Object Exists in Open Project

Step 5:
From within Object Management Workbench, take the form exit for Search by Object
Enter D5800002 in the first column click find > all projects in which the object resides in will be displayed
Remove the object from project TDVStatus21, try to delete the object again from project TDVStatus26, delete successful

Changes

Not applicable.

Cause

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