Content Rules Get Corrupted with Many Extra Lines Added to Their "hda" Files (Doc ID 820053.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 03, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version: 10.1.3.3.0 to 10.1.3.3.3 - Release: 10gR3 to 10gR3
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Universal Content Management - Version: 10.1.3.3.0 to 10.1.3.3.3

Symptoms

Some of your schema rules randomly get corrupted. The "affected" rules' ".hda" files located in <Content_Server>/data/profiles/document grow larger with many extra lines added to them.

The following steps exhibit the behavior:
  1. The "affected" Rule(s) can be edited from Configuration Manager. Fields can be added to the rule(s) from the list of all fields
  2. After a new custom metadata field is added via Configuration Manager, the database updated, and you edit a "non affected" rule, the new metadata field is displayed in the list of available fields to be added to the rule
  3. Open an "affected" rule and the new metadata field is not displayed in the list and can not be added to the rule
  4. Reopen the "non-affected" rule and the new metadata field is no longer displayed in the list and can not be added to the rule
  5. Close and restart Configuration Manager
  6. Reopen the "non-affected" rule and the new metadata field is once again displayed in the list to be added to the rule
  7. Reopen the "affected" rule and the new metadata field still does not display
  8. Upon addition of other metadata fields to the "affected" rule, the new metadata field no longer displays for any "non-affected" rules, not until Configuration Manager is closed and started again.
The "non-affected" and "affected" rule hda files have the following main sections defined:

Properties LocalData
ResultSet RuleFields


The "affected" rule hda file(s) also contains these extra/incorrect sections:

ResultSet ActivationRuleClauses
ResultSet DocumentAccounts
ResultSet ClassAliases
ResultSet IntradocTemplates
ResultSet DpDisplayIncludes
ResultSet ServerEnvHolder
ResultSet DocumentConversions
ResultSet UserMetaDefinition
ResultSet DocMetaDefinition
ResultSet SecurityGroups
ResultSet ExtensionFormatMap
ResultSet AppletHelpPages
ResultSet DocFormats
ResultSet Users
ResultSet CurrentVerityTemplates
ResultSet UserAttribInfo
ResultSet DocTypes
ResultSet RoleDefinition


Cause

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