Skipping Grouping Rule 'General' In Profile - Warnings

(Doc ID 1202354.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In a content server environment using profiles and rules for Metadata display, the following warnings are reported to the log files when accessing the content information page :

Skipping grouping rule 'General' in profile '...'. The grouped field 'xWebsiteSection' is a parent [ Details ]

Warning :

Skipping grouping rule 'General' in profile '...'. The grouped field 'xWebsiteSection' is a parent [ Details ]

intradoc.common.ServiceException: !csDpBuddyIsParent,xWebsiteSection
at intradoc.server.DocProfileStates.computeBuddies(
at intradoc.server.DocProfileStates.evaluateRule(
at intradoc.server.DocProfileStates.evaluateGlobalRulesAndProfile(
at intradoc.server.DocProfileStates.loadDocumentProfile(
at intradoc.server.DocProfileManager.loadDocumentProfile(
at intradoc.server.script.PageMergerScriptExtensions.evaluateFunction(
at intradoc.common.DynamicHtmlMerger.computeFunction(
at intradoc.common.DynamicHtmlMerger.evaluateGrammarElement(
at intradoc.common.DynamicHtmlMerger.substituteVariable(
at intradoc.common.DynamicHtml.substituteVariable(
at intradoc.common.DynamicHtml.outputHtmlEx(
at intradoc.common.DynamicHtml.outputHtmlEx(
at intradoc.common.DynamicHtml.outputHtmlEx(
at intradoc.common.DynamicHtml.outputHtml(
at intradoc.common.DynamicHtmlMerger.writeResourceInclude(
at intradoc.common.DynamicHtmlMerger.evaluateResourceInclude(
at intradoc.server.UserProfileHandler.loadProfileForRequest(
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)


Steps to Reproduce :

1.- Create a profile P1

2.- Create a Rule R1 and add a metadata say "xWebsiteSection" in hidden mode. This Rule will be activated unconditionally

3.- Create one more Rule R2 and add the same field in same hidden mode. Activate this Rule based on some condition say dDocType matches ADACCT.

4.- Create a content and go to content information page, a warning similar to above mentioned format will be displayed



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