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Duplicate Replication Due To Different Pages On Different Server (Doc ID 2640313.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 21, 2020

Applies to:

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


On Agile EDM when two online replications are done at the same time with the same document but different pages on different file servers, a replication of the same file is done twice to the same file server. If the replication jobs are processed subsequently the error does not occur. This was resolved in Patch 30064392 ( There is a use case were this issue is not resolved, in the case where the file to be replicated from site "t1" to site "t2" also cause duplication in the file server of site “t2”

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Prepare two FileServers with version e6. on two different servers
  2.  Activate DFM in a reference dump with both fileservers as sites "t1" and "t2" in one e621 application
  3.  Start JavaClient with site "t1"
  4. Attach a NEW file to a test document
  5. Check, that this file is only listed for fileserver site "t1" (IMPORTANT!)
  6. To be sure: Check if file can be downloaded with JavaClient with site set to "t1"
  7. Create BatchClient with calling a batch replication to site "t2"
  8. to be sure: Check if BatchClient with DFM batch replication for getting files to "t2" is working without errors
  9. Start JavaClient with site "t2"
  10. Go to your prepared 2D document and there on register "Files"
  11. Select attached file and download it per green Arrow-down-Button for copy only
  12. in DFM dialog for replication method to use select "2) Batch"
  13. Start the BatchClient with DFM logic "Get To Site t2" TWICE at once e.g. per command script:

start C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /K
start C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /K

     14.In JavaClient list the security areas the file is attached to ==> It is attached twice to site "t2"

Expected Behavior:

Duplication of the same file should not occur.


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