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Attribute Did Not Update While History XML Shows It Is Updated (Doc ID 2147827.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle BigMachines CPQ Cloud Service - Version 12.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


An attribute does not update as expected via a Web Service call, specifically, an updateTransaction SOAP call; however, the History XML shows that the attribute was updated.

To understand the symptom, this is a general use case:

  1. Web Service calls runs via 3rd party application such as Web Methods or similar. This calls an updateTransaction to update the attribute "textFromReconfigInbound_line" and the action to update is "save_line". Both are sub document type. The user associated with the updateTransaction call is "superuser".
  2. At the same time, a sales user opens the quote, unknowingly that a Web Service call is running for that specific quote. The sales user is called "admin003".
  3. Web Service returns a success response and the History XML logs the change.
  4. The user in (2) sees that the attribute retained the old value.

Below is the example History XML. Here it can be seen that the change_date are the same for "save_line", which is from the Web Service call and Open quote action, from the sales user, overlapped.

Transaction XML shows the quote did not update:


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