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BC Field with Predefault of Expression PARENTFIELDVALUE("<field>") Causes TBUI To Fail (SBL-DAT-00412) (SBL-DAT-060241) (Doc ID 1387006.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

Siebel Loyalty Manager - Version SIA [21225] and later
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A business component Field with a Predefault of Expr: 'ParentFieldValue("<field>") causes TBUI to fail when the Transactional property is true and the task attempts to save the data at the end.

This can be shown with the sample database, as follows:

- When an activity is created for an opportunity, the field dealer opportunity is populated by the opportunity name.

- In standard this is achieved by the pre default:

Parent: 'Project.Opportunity Name', 'Opportunity.Name', 'Action.Opportunity'.

- This can be changed to the following with the link specification property set to true:

Expr: 'ParentFieldValue("Name")'

- Create an opportunity and add an activity, the field is populated correctly.

- Hence either method populates the field correctly.

- Now use a task to create an opportunity and activity. This works correctly until the Finish button is clicked. It then fails with the message:

[1] An error has occurred committing the record of business component
'Action'. The user key of the record is
Activity UID = ""
S_EVT_COMM.Conflict Id = ""
[2] An error occurred calculating the default value for field '<?>' in
business component '<?>'. (SBL-DAT-00412)

- If the pre-default is changed back to using Parent, then the Task does not fail.

- If the TBUI has the Transactional property set to FALSE, then the error does not occur.




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