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Revision Is Set Different When Creating ECO From Parent Document or From Child Document Set to Relationship Tab (Doc ID 2280816.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Product Collaboration - Version 9.3.5.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Actual Behavior
After setting Smart Rule : Copy Relationships to Rev : Copy and create 2 documents : Document A and Document B.
On Document A relationship tab add Document B. On both document relationship tab, revision attribute is changed to Introductory.
When performing Actions > Create New and create ECO, the revision attribute copied to latest document revision differs
when you start with creating ECO on Document A or Document B.

1) Pattern 1

  1. Document A relationship tab add Document B
  2. On both document relationship tab, revision attribute is changed from Latest-Introductory to Introductory manually
  3. On document A , Actions > Create New and create ECO
  4. Go back to document A. Document A revision relationship tab revision shows: Introductory

2) Pattern 2

  1. Document A relationship tab add Document B
  2. On both document relationship tab, revision attribute is changed from Latest-Introductory to Introductory manually
  3. On document B , Actions > Create New and create ECO
  4. Go back to document B. Document B revision relationship tab revision shows: Latest-Introductory

Expected Behavior
Above behavior of pattern 2 should be the same as pattern 1.

Step

  1. For Document A relationship tab add Document B.
  2. On both document relationship tab, revision attribute is changed from Latest-Introductory to Introductory manually.
  3. On document B , Actions > Create New and create ECO.
  4. Go back to document B. Document B revision relationship tab revision shows: Latest-Introductory

 

Cause

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