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Refresh Data Control Creates Strange Filenames (Doc ID 1421464.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 14, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Business Process Management Suite - Version: 11.1.1.5.0 and later   [Release: 11gR1 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Using a migrated project from PS3-Ps4FP , when we right click on a Data
Control -> Edit -> Refresh , it adds some extra characters in the file names
,
eg:
File names changed from
ProcessHistory.xml
ProcessHistory_ProcessHistory_Operations.xml
to
ProcessHistoryxyfmbwt0.xml
ProcessHistoryxyfmbwt0_ProcessHistory_Operations.xml

So we have to manually fix this in the PageDef file


Steps to recreate:
1. Unzip an project exported from PS3 your PS4FP workspace
2. In JDev version 11.1.1.5+FP open project and let it migrate to new version.
3. Change paths in <ProjectName>/Application Sources/<projectname>_ui/DataControls.dcx
 SchemaLocation="file:/C:/workspaces/<projectname>/trunk/<projectname>/xsd/CDMTaskWorkflowTask.xsd"
 and
 taskLoc="file:/C:/workspaces/<projectname>/trunk/<prjname>/CDMTask.task"
 4. save the file hit refresh icon on Projects tab. Hit refresh icon on Data Controls tab.
 5.  ProjectName open the  Data Controls tab->right click on the Data control and select "Edit Definition"
 6. in the dialog hit Refresh Data Control
 7. A other dialog comes up showing the progress. If that is not comming up JDev has not recognised the changes / changed the path locations repeat from step 4. or close reopen JDEV

Now you should see the files with those strange names in C:\workspaces\projectname_application\trunk\projectname_UI\adfm src\ProjectApplication_CDM_UI_CDMTask

Solution

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