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Reclassfication - Values in target item has 3 times value of source

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We have built a simple reclassification step where in Item A and B are moved into C, we have loaded data in the development environment for testing and it is working fine. The same development has been moved to production there we are facing an issue that when reclass task is executed the target item C has exactly 3 times the value of the source (A+B).

Can any one help me as to why the task is behaving differently in different systems

regards

Paramesh

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  • Posted on Feb 10, 2014 at 03:02 AM

    Hi Paramesh

    As per your information understood that if the values (A+B) = 100 it will post in C as 300.

    Am I right? If so please let me know how you execute the task through process chain or user execute manually in monitor?

    Please check that trigger items are maintained in any other task as target which might be cause for the issue due to repeat run.

    Regards

    Rajesh SVN


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    • Hi Paramesh

      Please check the settings of copy method and also version combination setting relates to repeat task execution.

      Based on the version combination setting on task repetition system will behave.

      Normally system will post values by reclassification only any delta value changes happened to the trigger items.

      Regards

      Rajesh SVN

  • Posted on Feb 12, 2014 at 02:24 PM

    One suggestion is to break the steps into separate methods and tasks to help determine where the problem exists. Once this is determined the correction can be made with a single method and task.

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