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Enterprise Capture Commit to WebCenter Content Commit Driver, Field Values not Passed when Single Field is Missing Value; it Skips all Remaining Mapped Fields (Doc ID 1664686.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Enterprise Capture - Version to [Release 11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Using Enterprise Capture, fields values are not passed in the WCC commit driver.

Patch CUMULATIVE Oracle WebCenter Enterprise Capture PATCH NUMBER 3 17951545 was applied.

Configure an Import Processor Job with either folder or email source to commit documents to WebCenter Content.  If WCC field mapping is passed with no value, then it will not attempt to pass values to any other mapped fields in the WebCenter Content commit driver.  For example:

WebCenter Content commit driver has fields
Capture field:              WCC field:
Cap1                          UCM1
Cap2                          UCM2
Cap3                          UCM3

If Cap1, Cap2 and Cap3 are autopopulated by the import job and the post processing step is WebCenter Content, all fields are sent.  The problem occurs if Import Processor is not populating field “Cap1” with a value.  It does not even attempt to pass the mapped values for Cap2 or Cap3.

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Create Workspace.
  2. Create 3 fields, give them all default values in the Import Processor job (field1, field2, field3, with values test1, test2, test3 respectively)
  3. Create Commit Driver to WebCenter Content, map those 3 fields to ANY UCM fields.
  4. Create Folder Import source, point to a folder.
  5. Place a TIF in that folder.
  6. Watch it commit with all 3 fields in the commit log.
  7. Modify field1, and remove the default value.
  8. Place a TIF in the folder again.
  9. Watch it commit with none of the 3 fields in the commit log.




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