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Replication Of Deleted Related Content Rows Does Not Happen When Using Automated Replication and the Related Content Component (Doc ID 803373.1)

Last updated on MAY 16, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 10.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On a Universal Content Management (UCM) system where automated replication is set up and the Related Content component is installed, the Related Content data is successfully replicated to the destination server when a relation is created on the source server.  However, when the relation is deleted, although the Related Content itself gets replicated successfully, a new row is created for the relationship with a different dLinkKey and a different dLastModifiedDate instead of removing the row for the relationship. 

As a result, even going to the Related Content page for the content item on the destination server and Unlinking the Relationship (which should have been automatically deleted as a result of the replication), the Unlink does not work.  Therefore, the deletion of RelatedContent rows does not successfully take effect.

Steps To Reproduce:

  1. Create a Related Content link on the source server.

  2. Content is replicated to the destination server, and the link and the content remains intact.

  3. Delete the Related Content link on the source server.

  4. Content is replicated to the destination server properly, but the content is still linked, and clicking Unlink on the Content Information page of the item on the destination server does not unlink the source.




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