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Server Crashes When Status Change Is Executed For Two Selected Items And Sort Order in Mask Is Descending (Doc ID 2020003.1)

Last updated on MAY 21, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Engineering Data Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On Oracle Agile e6.1.2.2
Changing status for at least two selected items in a list results in server crash.

Precondition: Mask sort order is set descending.

no crash

The issue can be reproduced with following steps:
1. Start Java Client

2. Create a group containing a special character like "DEMO_EP"

3. Create a new status change for Lifecycle STD-PRT from 110 to 120 assigned to that new group

4. Assign the current user to the new group.

5. Restart Java Client and open item list

6. Change sort order for item list from ascending order into descending order by updating
    T_MASTER_DAT.PART_ID sort order = -1
    and reconfiguring the item list

7. Load two items into the item list mask (Example part_ids = 1233271 | 1233953)
    => Receive items in sort order desc!
   1233953 ...
   1233271 ...

8. Select both and execute status change via context menu
   Organization > Status > Change
   Use status change of new group "DEMO_EP"
9. Find status change is executed, but server crashes at the end, showing error
 ... Connection to host xxxx lost ....




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