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Folder and Content Creation May Fail After Applying Bundle Patch (Doc ID 1947188.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 04, 2018

Applies to:

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


 If ACL feature and Framework Folders component are enabled, content and folder creation may fail although having sufficient access privilege after applying WebCenter Content Bundle Patch

This behavior did not occur before applying the Bundle Patch.


The following error message may be received when creating a content:

Content Server Request Failed
Error The content item was not successfully checked in. User <username> must have admin privilege on the entity fields on an update or check-in.


And the following error will be logged in the log file:

Event generated by user '<username>' at host '<hostname>'. User <username> must have admin privilege on the entity fields on an update or check-in.
An error has occurred. The stack trace below shows more information.

intradoc.common.ServiceException: !csNeedAdminPrivEntityFields,<username>
        at intradoc.server.DocumentAccessSecurity.checkMetaChangeSecurity(
        at intradoc.server.ServiceSecurityImplementor.checkMetaChangeSecurity(
        at intradoc.server.DocServiceHandler.checkDocRules(
        at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
        at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(
        at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(
        at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(
        at intradoc.common.IdcMethodHolder.invokeMethod(
        at intradoc.common.ClassHelperUtils.executeMethodReportStatus(
        at intradoc.server.ServiceHandler.executeAction(
        at intradoc.server.Service.doCodeEx(
        at intradoc.server.Service.doCode(
        at intradoc.server.ServiceRequestImplementor.doAction(
        at intradoc.server.Service.doAction(
        at intradoc.server.ServiceRequestImplementor.doActions(
        at intradoc.server.Service.doActions(
        at intradoc.server.ServiceRequestImplementor.executeSubServiceCode(
        at intradoc.server.Service.executeSubServiceCode(
        at intradoc.server.ServiceRequestImplementor.executeServiceEx(
        at intradoc.server.Service.executeServiceEx(
        at intradoc.server.Service.executeService(
        at intradoc.server.Service.doSubService(


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