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Is it possible to intentionally break a delta link between 2 portal objects

Mar 06, 2017 at 12:05 PM

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Hello all,

The situation is that a role A was created as a delta link of role B by mistake (both are unrelated). And this is obviously creating problems for role A.

so, is it possible to break this delta link relationship between these 2 roles, instead of taking the longer route of creating a new role from scratch, because this affects all users assigned this role already in production environment.

any thoughts are appreciated.

Thanks,

Raj

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Christopher Solomon
Mar 06, 2017 at 01:06 PM
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yes....very possible.

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Thanks Christopher, could you tell me how :)

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Simply break the link. Update whatever property(s) on the "copy" and make it its own version. Google helps. Lots of info out there.

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Thanks Christopher. However my issue is not with inheriting a property's value which I can easily change as you've said. In my case, I do not want the child to inherit the content (like new objects added to parent role).

That's the relation I want to break, defined by the property - URL of Delta Link Source Object - as if it was created as a 'copy' and not 'delta link'.

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Poke around. There is some way....I recall.....where you can simply say "no longer delta link this copy"....it has been a while, but I know it is there....a way to end all/any inheritiance.

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