Record Created by CSV File Import That Violates a Rule Returns a RuleException in the Failed Email Reason Instead of the Value for 'Show This Message When Condition Is Not Met' Defined in the Rule

(Doc ID 2422447.1)

Last updated on JULY 12, 2018

Applies to:

Primavera Unifier Cloud Service - Version 18.4 to 18.7 [Release 18.4 to 18.7]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On Unifier : Version 18.3

The works space has a Rule defined that returns the value from the 'Show this message when condition is not met' when the Rule is violated. When a record that violates the Rule is created manually through the UI Unifier returns a Rule Exception showing the Rule Level, Data Identifier, Description, Trigger Value and Current value. Specifically the Description contains the value entered into the 'Show this message when condition is not met' setting of the Rule, e.g., "Contracts Cannot Exceed $1,000,000.00".

Expected Result: When a record that violates the Rule is created through CSV file import, the Failed external email notification that is received by the end user in their local email interface should return the value entered into the 'Show this message when condition is not met' setting of the Rule for the 'Reason', e.g., "Contracts Cannot Exceed $1,000,000.00".

Actual Result: When a record that violates the Rule is created through CSV file import the Failed external email notification that is received by the end user in their local email interface returns a value of the following for the 'Reason: "file:///studio/bp/action_service.xml:1052: com.skire.form.types.RuleException"

Cause

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