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SCA Mismatch in NWDI Track

Portal version: 7.0 SP14

NWDI version: 7.0 SP17

In my NWDI track, i have defined certain dependencies for my SC.

unfortunately, there were some common SCAs of version SP 14 and 17 lying in the CMS Inbox folder and while checking them at CMS, i made some mistake by checking some SCA's of SP17 and others of SP14.

I need to udnerstand two points:

1. Would there be any issue during my development / build / runtime.

2. How to delete the SCA's of higher version so that i can make them all of lower version that of portal. I tried deleting them from the Development Tab, and tried checking in SP14 SCAs, i get an error stating higher version components are already present.

I cannot upgrade all to SP17 as portal is at SP14, we do plan to upgrade both portal and NWDI to SP18 when it comes in 3 weeks.



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    Posted on Jan 06, 2009 at 09:25 AM


    we do plan to upgrade both portal and NWDI to SP18 when it comes in 3 weeks.

    it is good for you, or else create a new track.

    and about the issue during your development / build / runtime....

    is that if you used any advance feature of sp17 while developing, it not going to run on sp14.. else it will run without problem

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    • Former Member Nitin Mahajan

      I have a similar problem. I did an checkin and then imported a SCA to dev. The SCA has a lower version in my runtime system so this was a mistake. I haven't done any development yet. Can I just delete the track and start over? When I did the "import" to development, were any DCs actually moved to the development system? Or does that only happen for activated DCs?

      My guess is that these SCAs I have imported are just sitting in CBS, and I can delete them without consequence, but I am unsure if this is true. I want to know if any file has been moved into my development environment, but I don't know how to check.


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