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Selections and Sequences - B7332

TStPierre

Member
The JDE documentation states that 'any changes you make with selections and
sequences remain with that version. Every successive run of that version
will use the changes selection and sequencing.'
This does not work for us, changes do NOT persist from one running of a
version to the next. No error messages are sent to the logs. Is there some
configuration setting that controls this?

Tony St. Pierre
WEL Energy
Hamilton, New Zealand
 

owss

Member
Re: [Selections and Sequences - B7332 ]

You must checkout the version and in the exit row change the Selection and
Sequence and then checkin the version.

Regards


TStPierre <TStPierre@wel.co.nz> wrote:
The JDE documentation states that 'any changes you make with selections and
sequences remain with that version. Every successive run of that version
will use the changes selection and sequencing.'
This does not work for us, changes do NOT persist from one running of a
version to the next. No error messages are sent to the logs. Is there some
configuration setting that controls this?

Tony St. Pierre
WEL Energy
Hamilton, New Zealand




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devimisra

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Please check in the version after you have added a new version for a
particular report, this makes the version available to every user in that
particular environment and keeps the latest changes. It is always advisable
to user Version Security in Prod enviroments to avoid any unauthorized
change

Devi Misra
dmisra@broughton-sys.com



>From: TStPierre <TStPierre@wel.co.nz>
>Reply-To: jdelist@jdelist.com
>To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
>Subject: Selections and Sequences - B7332 ~~0:550
>Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2000 12:37:33 -0800 (PST)
>
>The JDE documentation states that 'any changes you make with selections and
>sequences remain with that version. Every successive run of that version
>will use the changes selection and sequencing.'
>This does not work for us, changes do NOT persist from one running of a
>version to the next. No error messages are sent to the logs. Is there some
>configuration setting that controls this?
>
>Tony St. Pierre
>WEL Energy
>Hamilton, New Zealand
>
>
>
>
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bwilkinson

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Are you checking out the version then checking it back in.



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Brian Wilkinson
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Guest

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Re: [Selections and Sequences - B7332 ]

From: "OneWorld Friend" <oneworldfriend@www.myspace.com>
To: <jdelistml@jdelist.com>
Subject: oneworldfriend@www.myspace.com
Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 08:06:47 -0800

Yes. Only at row exist.
But not on submit.

Subject: Re: [Selections and Sequences - B7332 ]
~~550:554
Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2000 13:53:41 -0800 (PST)
From: owss <owss@usa.net>
Reply-To: jdelist@jdelist.com
To: jdelistml@jdelist.com




You must checkout the version and in the exit row change
the Selection and
Sequence and then checkin the version.

Regards


TStPierre <TStPierre@wel.co.nz> wrote:
The JDE documentation states that 'any changes you make
with selections
and
sequences remain with that version. Every successive run
of that version
will use the changes selection and sequencing.'
This does not work for us, changes do NOT persist from
one running of a
version to the next. No error messages are sent to the
logs. Is there some
configuration setting that controls this?

Tony St. Pierre
WEL Energy
Hamilton, New Zealand


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TStPierre

Member
I shall clarify the issue.

The following applies to B7322 fat-client: (NOTE B seven three two two!!!)
If a UBE is initiated by double-clicking the version (or selecting then ok),
and data selection is changed and the report run, the next time that report
is run the changes made to the data selection before the first run appear
and apply to the second run. THIS HAPPENS WITHOUT CHECKING IN. Observing the
date/time on rdaspec.ddb shows that this is updated at the time OK is
pressed on the processing options (strangely however if TAM logging is on,
nothing appears in the log about this update). The obvious implication is
that data selection changes are saved in the rdaspec of the local
workstation and are used next time the report is run.

The following applies to B7332 fat client:
Changes to data selection made before a run do NOT show up at the next run.
Observing the date/time on rdaspec.ddb shows that no update occurs even
thought the logs look almost identical to the B7322 logs.

Tony St. Pierre
WEL Energy
Hamilton, New Zealand
 

Jack_Crouch

Well Known Member
Re: RE: Selections and Sequences - B7332

Tony, you use the term "TAM logging". Is this something other than a debug log? If it is, could you please describe it?
 

TStPierre

Member
RE: RE: Selections and Sequences - B7332

I am referring to the setting TAMTraceLevel=1 which puts TAM accesses into
the debug log file.

[DEBUG]
Output=file
LEVEL=1
DebugFile=C:\jdedebug.log
JobFile=C:\jde.log
Frequency=10000
WTSLogs=FALSE
TAMTraceLevel=1

Nov 08 07:58:55 ** 88/234 TAMInitX: (E:\b7\CRPB732\spec\rdaspec.xdb)
(E:\b7\CRPB732\spec\rdaspec.ddb) ulAccessMode=READ ONLY,SHARED
Nov 08 07:58:55 ** 88/234 TAM_SUCCESS: pTam=00D62E40,
pTamInfo=00D5BC20, Num Recs=124783, lDataEOF=37011064, lFreeData=36099061,
lIndexEOF=8112128, lFreeNode=-1 (e:\b7\crpb732\spec\rdaspec.xdb)
Nov 08 07:58:55 ** 88/234 TAMDeleteByKey(00D62E40): Index id 1 - Key
{4000000760 7 1 } (e:\b7\crpb732\spec\rdaspec.xdb)
Nov 08 07:58:55 ** 88/234 TAM_SUCCESS: Index id 1 - Current Key: -
Before {4000000760 1 0 0 0 0 } 1 record deleted
(e:\b7\crpb732\spec\rdaspec.xdb)
Nov 08 07:58:55 ** 88/234 TAMAddX(00D62E40): - Data: {548 4000000760 7
1 0 0 0 } Replace Duplicate Records=No (e:\b7\crpb732\spec\rdaspec.xdb)
Nov 08 07:58:55 ** 88/234 TAM_SUCCESS:
(e:\b7\crpb732\spec\rdaspec.xdb)
Nov 08 07:58:55 ** 88/234 TAMTerminate(00D62E40): pTam=00D62E40,
pTamInfo=00D5BC20 (e:\b7\crpb732\spec\rdaspec.xdb)
Nov 08 07:58:55 ** 88/234 Entering JDB_FreeEnv
Nov 08 07:58:55 ** 88/234 TAMFetchByKey(00D5BBF0): Index id 1 - Key
{4000000758 1 } (e:\b7\crpb732\spec\rdaspec.xdb)
Nov 08 07:58:55 ** 88/234 TAM_SUCCESS: Index id 1 - Current Key: -
{4000000758 1 0 0 0 0 } - Data: {563 4000000758 1 0 0 0 0 }
(e:\b7\crpb732\spec\rdaspec.xdb)

Tony St. Pierre
WEL Energy
Hamilton, New Zealand
 
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Tony

Are you checking out the version - making changes to selections and
sequences - then checking them back in ?

If so, all should be well ?!?!?

Jon Steel
Xe Upgrade Specialist
ERP Sourcing LLC
http://www.spla.sh
cto@spla.sh
(303) 883 9168

At 12:37 PM 11/6/2000 -0800, you wrote:
>The JDE documentation states that 'any changes you make with selections and
>sequences remain with that version. Every successive run of that version
>will use the changes selection and sequencing.'
>This does not work for us, changes do NOT persist from one running of a
>version to the next. No error messages are sent to the logs. Is there some
>configuration setting that controls this?
>
>Tony St. Pierre
>WEL Energy
>Hamilton, New Zealand
>
>
>
>
>--------------------------
>To view this thread, visit the JDEList forum at:
>http://198.144.193.139/cgi-bin/wwwthreads/showflat.pl?Cat=0&Board=OW&Number=550
>
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Chief Technology Officer
United Online Inc
5619 DTC Parkway, Denver, Colorado
email : cto@spla.sh
(303) 267 0038 - work
(303) 883 9168 - cell


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Tony



Are you checking out the version - making changes to selections and
sequences - then checking them back in ?



If so, all should be well ?!?!?



Jon Steel

Xe Upgrade Specialist

ERP Sourcing LLC

http://www.spla.<a href="http://www.spla.sh/" eudora="autourl">sh

</a>cto@spla.sh

(303) 883 9168



At 12:37 PM 11/6/2000 -0800, you wrote:

<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite>The JDE documentation states that
'any changes you make with selections and

sequences remain with that version. Every successive run of that
version

will use the changes selection and sequencing.'

This does not work for us, changes do NOT persist from one running of
a

version to the next. No error messages are sent to the logs. Is there
some

configuration setting that controls this?



Tony St. Pierre

WEL Energy

Hamilton, New Zealand









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Tony - B733.2 is different then prior releases. Previously, you could select your report and change/edit the data selection at runtime. This editing would be saved. In B733.2, the data selection change/edit at runtime is purposely not saved. This actually is useful because other users can't pick any report and permanently change data selection unless they check out the version and become the owner.

So, to permanently change the date selection, you must be the owner of the version, or check out the version. Then 'highlight' the version and Row Exit to Data Selection. By changing it here instead of at runtime the changes are saved.
 
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