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SUP 2.1.2. Unable to attach synchronization parameter to any control screen

Hello!

I have a problem with synchronization parameter (SP) personalization. Here is a simple example what I'm doing.

I have a MBO from JBDC, with load parameter (LP) :state. Also I've created a personalization key (PK) pk_state with Transient type (for workflow application). Then I attach LP to PK, create a mobile workflow with selection screen where I'm invoking findAll object query. In that case I can see PK in the Personalization Key Mappings tab, everything is OK.

Then I want to use SP to enhance the amount of data. So I added a new SP sp_state in the MBO, link it to the pk_state then relink LP to the newly created SP. In other words I have the following sequence - LP :state -> SP sp_state -> PK pk_state. After that actions I return to the workflow and, surprise!, there aren't any PK in the Personalization Key Mappings tab! Why?

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  • Posted on Jun 08, 2012 at 09:22 AM

    You can not use the Synchronization parameters for workflow applications. It is meant for native applications.

    Moreover In workflow applications, your MBOs cache policy would either be onLine or DCN.

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2012 at 12:23 PM

    No ideas?

    At this moment I'm using load parameters for EIS<->CDB data refresh and Object Queries as CDB<->Mobile synchronization.

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