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Error 'Relationships added from a Pending Revision is not allowed' When Attempting to Add a Part to the Relationships Tab (Doc ID 2886947.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 01, 2022

Applies to:

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


Unable to add a part to the relationship tab of the part in pending revision with below message:


Relationships added from a Pending Revision is not allowed. Please go to {part number 2} to add a relationship to {part number 1}({Rev})


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Log into Java Client as admin user, and go to Admin tab > Settings > Data Settings > Classes
  2. Open Parts > User Interface Tabs > Relationships > Attributes:Relationships, and open Revision
  3. Change Visible to Yes, and OK
  4. Gets warning message:
    "WARNING! If you enable the revision attribute, it cannot be easily disabled later. Once you have enabled the revision attribute, users are allowed to create multiple Revision-Specific relationships on the Relationships tab. If you dissable the revision attribute later, you must first resolve all multiple rows (one row for each revision of the same object) to a single ALL to ALL relationship row for all Parts with Revision-Specific relationships.
    Click Yes to proceed."
  5. Yes
  6. Do the same for Documents.Relationships.Revision field
  7. Log into Web Client, and create Part P00001
  8. Go to Actions > Create Change, and create C00001
  9. Go to Affected Items tab, set Rev 1, and release C00001
  10. Open Part P00001, and go to Actions > Create Change, and create C00002
  11. Set Workflow to C00002, and keep it in Pending status
  12. Open Part P00001 in pending revision
  13. Go to Relationships tab, and add part P00002
  14. Gets error: "Relationships added from a Pending Revision is not allowed.." in Web Client




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