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Developed UME permissions and actions disappears. Why?

Hello SDN!

We've faced with a strange problem.

We have a WD Java application with some restricted areas. To check rights for access to these areas we're using UME roles with our actions and permissions. Everything was fine till we need add some new UME actions. After deploy our UME permission application we didn't find new actions in UME. We perform few deployments and finally new actions appeared in UME. But these new actions disappeares later! Redeploy of application was failed since some strange error (error told that application exists whereas undeploy of it was successful). After clear a UME cash deploying our UME application performed success and all our UME actions appears on server. It was yesterday. But today ALL our permissions and actions disappears. Why? There were no restarts, no setups, no modifying server settings. As I know, today there was only one deploy and there was application which have no relation with our development.

Why our UME permissions and actions disappears?

We're working with NW 7.0

regards, Lev

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    Posted on Sep 14, 2010 at 01:04 PM

    Hi,

    we never hat this problem. How do you deploy your UME Actions? Do you use the UME Permission DC?

    regards

    Gunter

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  • Posted on Oct 11, 2010 at 11:33 AM

    Clear UME cash help us.

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