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Clause Protection Not Enforced When Entire Clause Is Deleted (Doc ID 2200443.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 07, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Supplier Contract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When clause is set to be 'protected in document', the system does not enforce clause protection during document check in. Clause is only set with Content Control in Word which can be turned off.

Following steps will replicate issue:
1. Validate that the Enforce clause protection during check in flag is set on the installation options.
2. Update settings on existing clause.
• Insert new effective dated row
• Set the Protect in Document flag
3. Create new document using configurator that contains the updated clause.
4. Check out the new document.
5. Try to edit/update the clause that was set to ‘Protect in Document’ (Termination for Breach). Unable to edit/update the clause due to Content Control (Word Setting).
6. Right click in the clause (Termination for Breach) that has Content Control.
7. Select the Remove Content Control option.
8. Update the clause. In this scenario I updated the three (3) to a five (5). Update is accepted.
9. Save the document.
10. Check in the document.
11. Expect a check in error since protected clause was edited. No check in error generated, document is checked in successfully.




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