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Dear Gurus,

I have 999 steps substitution in 0KEM. then before create new one by insert I have to delete un-used substitution.

the case in if I delete the un-used substitution without save, I don't know why the description of substitution in above get down automatically, so the description and the rule not match.

exp.

I have step 001 - 999.

step 001 description step 001

step 954 description step 954

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step 999 description step 999

I delete step 365, 467, 765, 954 then I create new steps by insert step. I don't know why after I check the steps, number step doesn't met with the description steps

exp.

step 700 description step 654

step 800 description step 755 |

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step 999 description step 997

but if I delete the steps and save first then create new one, the steps and the description steps is match.

I'm in ECC6.

any gurus have solution for this case ?

Thank you,

Iwan S

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  • Posted on Jul 04, 2014 at 08:24 AM

    Hi,

    I don't understand what the problem exactly is. As you said, if you save the deletion first and the create new steps, then everything is OK. So, why wouldn't you do this? The situation you described is sort of 'normal' as many updates of tables require first submit action and index refresh after deletion of entries, and this would happen only after 'Save'.

    Regards,


    Eli

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    • Former Member

      Hi eli,

      How many step we can create in 0KEM ? is there any notes explain this ?

      I don't why if i insert step in 0KEM ( let say step A and B then i insert step (B+) between A and B so step B become C and step (B+) become step B ) then in prerequisite A wil copied to prerequisite step C (B+).

      I insert step not copy paste from step A or step B.

      Any advise about this ?

      Thank you,

      Iwan S

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