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After Installing PS5 MLR12, After Saving A Folio A Message Appears Indicating That There Are Un-Saved Changes When This Is Not The Case (Doc ID 1543455.1)

Last updated on MAY 18, 2021

Applies to:

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


PS5 + MLR 11 + FrameworkFolders + URM adpater mode + Folio's enabled

Step 1: Login to WCC.
Step 2: Choose Content Management->New Folio --> Simple Folio --> Choose Load Folio
Step 3: Below "Folio Elements" Select the Add Row option
Step 4: Use the search functionality to search for existing content item.
Step 5: Add the content item to the folio.
Step 6: Choose Actions --> Save Folio --> Next
Step 7: On checkin from select the browse button to add the folio into a folder(frameworkfolder)
Step 8: Fill in all remaining mandatory metadata
Step 9: Choose Check in .You will get a Check-In Confirmation page for the folio.
Step 10: Close the Check-In Confirmation page.

After step 10 you will still see main folio page with the following message: "Unsaved Changes".

Issue 1: This is inaccurate as I have just saved the folio without making any other changes to the folio. If you use the "Refresh Page" option the folio refreshes but the document is removed from the folio.But when searched for folio using quick search, able to see the folio . Also when edited, able to see that added content item inside the folio.

Issue 2: Repeat the steps by excluding step 7. Do not select any folder for folio. After checkin, 'general content Check-In Confirmation page' is NOT seen. But "Folio Check In Confirmation" screen appears with Finish button. Why there is change in screen if folio saved in a folder?


 Recent Upgrade to PS5 + MLR11 interim patchset


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