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The person who creates a Package is able to create EEWB project


The person who creates a package is only able to create a EEWB project with that package. Using someone else's package is throwing error. Is this the standard behaviour of EEWB. Or is there a break through.


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    Posted on Aug 21, 2009 at 12:52 PM


    As far as I know, it is not correct. Could you please give me more information about the error that you get?

    If you use CRM 7.0 and you want to create custom field, we recommend you to use the accessor tool of EEWB:

    Application Enhancement Tool.



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      Thank you Steve.

      I created a package in the CRM 7 system. I am able to assign my projects in EEWB to the package I created. But when someone else tries to assign their project to the package I created it says "You are not authorised to make changes. Authorisation object".

      And then if he makes some changes to the package , I mean he re-states the descripotion,then he is able to use the package, but then I am unable to make changes. This functionality looks weird. Can you suggest a work around??



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