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MAM application without order list

Hi all,

I deployed successfully MAM 3.0 SR05 on my desktop.

I checked the MEREP_207 table in WebAS, and I see all data corresponding to my User related syncBO MAM30_090 and in MEREP_10100 I have many records related MAM30_001 syncBO.

Why in the MAM application I cannot find these data? Under "User View Manager" I see "Other" UVM Component Name only and nothing other. Where is my order list? Am I mistaking something?

Thanks in advance,


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    Posted on Aug 06, 2008 at 09:35 AM

    Hi Maria,

    The reasons could be many.

    One of the major reason in your case could be, the orders list might have been downloaded to the device, but because the customization data is not downloaded to client(MAM30_090 and MAM30_095) you are not able to see any data on the application.

    Actually MAM30_090 has one of the items, which tells for a particular user what all components are active. Only those links will be shown on the device(for eg. order component, notification etc). But in your case, as you are not able to see any links in your applciation home page, looks like the customization data is not present on the device.

    So make sure that the customization data gets downloaded to the device. Check if you have data on the middleware for your user in syncbo MAM30_090. Otherwise run replication from backend to middleware and then sync from the client.

    Hope that works out.

    Best Regards,


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      Here we have the same problem.

      The error: java.lang.NullPointerException


      I saw the table MEREP_207, scenario MAM25_095, and the new scenario doesn't appears.

      But, in customizing, they are.

      Anyone can help me?

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