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Cannot save an HTML mashup: "Failed to get the partner top folder due to wrong life cycle setting"

Hi,

On a recently provisioned C4C tenant, I am attempting to create an HTML Mashup with the ADMINISTRATION01 account.

When I try to save, I receive an error, "Failed to get the partner top folder due to wrong life cycle setting".

I attempted to follow the advice in this thread (https://archive.sap.com/discussions/thread/3768071) that suggests "Switich On/Off Admin Mode in SAP Solution" from SAP Cloud Application Studio, but that menu option is disabled when I log in with the ADMINISTRATION01 user.

What can I do to get past this?

What does this error even mean?

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  • Oct 11, 2017 at 04:21 PM

    Create HTML mashup without parameters ,save it
    Then edit it and add the parameters , save it

    Hope this helps.

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    • This did not work. The mashup does not have any parameters to begin with.

      The parameters we have are:

      • Mashup category: Productivity & Tools
      • Port Binding: <empty> [note: I've also tried Web Widget]
      • Mashup Name: MashupName
      • Description: MashupDescription
      • Status: Active
      • Configuration Information
        • Type: HTML
        • Height: 800
      • HTML Code Editor, paste the following in the box: Hi

      When I save, I see the same error message.

  • Oct 11, 2017 at 08:07 PM

    Hi

    Pls try on this

    I had the same error and the problem was the user. A PDI user gave this error, after logging on with a non-PDI user I was able to save the mashup.

    the PDI user needs to have Administrator rights to create a Mashup, probably it was missing at the time. Admin Mode for a PDI user can be enabled from Cloud Application Studio->Administration->Switch On Admin Mode.

    Br,

    Keshav

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    • Keshav,

      I read that thread and I don't see how it applies in this case. I'm not trying to "use the PDI user to test the solution". I can't even make any changes as the user to start. Is there something specific you are referring to in linking to that thread?

      Thank you.