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Error: "Only one Master Vendor list is allowed for a company. <BP Name> is already defined as Master Vendor List" During Config Package Import from Stage to Production (Doc ID 2669079.1)

Last updated on JUNE 12, 2020

Applies to:

Primavera Unifier Cloud Service - Version 19.8 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When importing a Configuration Package from stage to production, the error referenced below is displayed in production as an Error Message for the Config Package.  However, when viewing the "Options" tab for the BP name that is referenced in the error in stage, the "Use this process as RFB master vendor list" checkbox is not checked. In stage, only "Business Process #2" is configured as the RFB master vendor list and "Business Process #1" is not configured as the RFB master vendor list. So the error seems erroneous. 


ERROR
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"Only one Master Vendor list is allowed for a company. "Business Process #1" is already defined as Master Vendor List."


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

  1. Log into the Unifier Stage environment.
  2. Navigate to Company Workspace > Admin Mode > Configuration Package Management > Configuration Packages.
  3. Create Configuration Package #1 and include the designs for both Business Process #1 and Business Process #2 in the Configuration Package.
  4. Download "Configuration Package #1"
  5. Log into the Production environment.
  6. Navigate to Company Workspace > Admin Mode > Configuration Package Management > Configuration Packages.
  7. Import "Configuration Package #1" into Production.
  8. The Error Message referenced above is displayed for this new Config Pkg import attempt.

Cause

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