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After Adding an Additional Model Under a Nested Configuration in OEMM, the New Model Object is not Shown (Doc ID 2288590.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 26, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Enterprise Metadata Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In Oracle Enterprise Metadata Management (OEMM) 12.1.3 [Build Date - 2017-02-15 09:46:28]

After setting up a nested configuration (where configurations are held inside other configurations) then adding a new db model to the sub configuration, the new model does not display. 

The configuration does not appear to be updated with the new object.

Here is an example setup:

1.) Create a configuration and add a db model to it.

config1 -> db model under it(say db1)

2) Create a second Configuration and add a db model to it.

config2 ->db model under it(say db2)

3.)  Create a third configuration and place the first two configurations under it.

Another configuration set up : config3 ->Config1 and Config2 

4) Now add another db model (db3) under the first, now nested, configuration (config1)

5) Open The top level configuration (config3) and see that under config1 db3 does not show.  Only the original, db1, is present.


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