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Copy Record Does Not Blank Revision Field after Creating New Version in Batch (Doc ID 2024829.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 23, 2019

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 / e6.1.3.0

When copying a document that is created as in batch as a new revision, the revision field in the original document appears with a default revision value instead of blank.

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a new string DEFAULT in Default Data list with an empty value.
BLANK GLOBAL S <blank>  ( do not enter a value )
2. Open Entity Data form and load "EDB-DOCUMENT".
3. Change default value for field.
4. Click button "Create Table/View".
5. Open Menu data form and load  "EDB-VER-DOC-COP".
6. Add a new selection to create a new revision in batch
Selection Name Sequence Selection Text Access Userexit Parameter
SUP-CRM-CWA-STR-BAT 99 "With all Str Batch" a  xcpy_str  "all /ver /batch".
7. Restart the Java Client.
8. Create a new document - e.g. 3D_MODEL.
Double Check that Revision field has no (blank) value.
9. Execute status Change from 110 - In Work to > 120 > 230 > 240 - In Change.
10. Execute context menu selection to create a new revision in batch
 Revisioning > Create a New Revision > "With all Str Batch"
11. Find new record having  Revision field value 1.
12. In the same form, click copy button (usx: iwf_dup_elm).
13. Find mask with new record in edit mode, but Revision field not empty - keeps value 1.
Error reproduced
Additional findings:
Error does not occur,
 when default BLANK has any value - occurs only with <blank> value
Error does not occur,
 when opening a new document mask to create a copy from any existing doc,
 after creating new revision in batch
Prerequisites to reproduce the issue:
field default @BLANK with default BLANK has no value when creating the new revision in batch.


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