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NWDI Track : Custom SC not getting Imported in Development Tab

Hi All,

We are migrating the custom WDJ code from 7.01 to 7.4. I followed the thread below and created SC Version 2.0 (added dependencies of required 7.4 SCs) and then new track for 7.4.

How to Migrate Developed Software Components to a New Release in NWDI

After this I Forwarded the old SC from the 7.01 track to new track. When I try to import the custom SC then it gives the below error

Please suggest how to import the old SC to Development tab.



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    Posted on Sep 07, 2016 at 04:50 AM

    Hi Samir,

    Check this thread url may be help for you


    Durga Rao

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  • Posted on Sep 11, 2016 at 01:07 PM


    In order to be sure we are on the safe side would you please refer to this document...

    Forwarding Software Component Archives

    As it is mention in the 2nd thread pasted by Durga,

    "Forward operation" in CMS Approval tab

    is achieved with the following steps:

    1. Open track1 in CMS.

    Approve the most recent SCs(target SCs to be copied to track2) that are pending for approval in Approval tab of CMS.

    2. In track1 in CMS, click "Forward from History" button.

    Select the SCs having been approved.

    Populate track2 in "Target Track" and execute "Forward".

    3. Open track2 in CMS (same NWDI server), open "Development" tab.

    It might be found the SCs having been forwarded from track1.

    The SCs should be ready for import.

    Have you done all this?

    If yes, would you please cross-check the DTR workspace of the 7.4 track. Does your custom SCA resides there?


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