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Unable to Propagate Event Created For Newly Created Subclass Using Agile Configuration Propagation (ACP) (Doc ID 2008624.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 14, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Agile PLM Framework - Version to [Release 9.3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When attempting to Propage Event from source instance to target instance using Agile Configuration Propagation (ACP), below error occurs;

Unknown event type: 9
Invalid value for "Object Type". Node XXXXXXX does not exist in the cache. It may have been deleted already..


  1. Log in to Java Client of source as admin.
  2. Go to Admin tab > Data Settings > Classes, create a subclass "AcpPatchTest" for Change Orders and enable it.
  3. Go to Admin tab > Data Settings > Criteria, create a criteria against the new subclass with below information:
    Name: AcpPatchTest
    API Name: AcpPatchTest
    ObjectType: AcpPatchTest
  4. Go to Admin tab > Workflow Settings > Workflows, create a Workflow with below information:
    Name: AcpTest
    Matching Crieria: AcpPatchTest
  5. Add Status: Pending, Complete to the Workflow "AcpTest".
  6. Add criteria "AcpPatchTest" to each status.
  7. Go to Admin tab > System Settings > Event Management, create below Event:
    Name: acp test event
    Event Type: Approve for Workflow
    Workflow: AcpTest
    Object Type: AcpPatchTest
  8. Create below Event Handler:
    Name: acp test handler
    Handler Type: Java PX
    Role: Approve/Reject
    Event Action: select any available(
  9. Create below Event Subscriber:
    Name: acp test subscriber
    Event: acp test event
    Event Handler: acp test handler
  10. ACP Export source to agl file.
  11. ACP import the exported agl file to target.
  12. Check the Java Client of target and the import.err file


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