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Changes to component not reflected after transport

We recently modified the BT115QIT_SLSQ assignment block to rearrange some of the fields and column headers and also add in some newer standard fields. When transported up to quality, we noticed that only some of the changes came in, but others did not. Looking at the setup in the component workbench, it looks identical to the setup in DEV and we didn't receive any errors on the transport. I do notice the View Navigation tab is now gone in quality and we were getting a "Error in runtime repository' error when we opened up the component in quality which has disappeared all of a sudden. The changes that do come in work fine.

I tried to do a comparison between the repository.xml files between the 2 environments but they are identical. This was verified using WinMerge, a file comparison utility.

What else could be causing the changes to the component to not reflect correctly or for that View Navigation tab to be missing?

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2009 at 06:58 AM

    Hi James,

    When u transport the Enhanced component to Quality/Prod system the SICF node for that component in SICF transaction will be deactive in the target system, Activate the SICF node for all the enhanced components by right clicking in the SICF transaction manually in the Quality system, this will remove the 'Error in runtime repository' error.

    If you have added the custom fields through UI configuration tool, go to the personalize option for the view/component, select 'Reset to default' option.


    S Reddy

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      Your second point was the issue, we needed to reset the personalization to default to fix the problem. I guess there is some conflict if you make changes in the UI config tool when it's already been personalized in the WebUI.


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