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Cannot create Satisfies linkages between Team Areas

Stephen Hunt (8712) | asked Jul 21 '14, 3:39 p.m.
Are team areas considered project areas by the code that allows the creation of links between artifacts? I know that creating Satisfies links between artifacts in different projects is not allowed, but does the same hold true for a single project area with multiple team areas that control different folders?

The setup:

  • single project area in RDNG 5.0
  • single configuration space
  • The configuration space has two workspaces
    • workspace A
    • workspace B with a flow target of workspace A and based on an A snapshot
  • All the requirements in workspace A are in subfolders underneath A_FOLDER.
  • workspace B contains a version of the A_FOLDER requirements from the creation snapshot
  • workspace B has requirements unique to B in a folder B_FOLDER
  • workspace A has no knowledge of B_FOLDER
  • A_FOLDER is owned by team Alpha
  • B_FOLDER is known by team Bravo.
  • Charles has an Analyst license
  • Charles is an Author on team Bravo
  • Charles is a Platform_Consumer and Commenter on team Alpha
  • Platform_Consumer has permissions to Create “Satisfied” links
  • Platform_Consumer has permissions to Create “Embeds” links
  • All the activities below take place in the workspace B context

The issue:

Charles can create Embeds links from requirements in B_FOLDER to requirements in A_FOLDER.

Charles cannot create Satisfies links from requirement in B_FOLDER to requirements in A_FOLDER, receiving instead an error:

ID CRRRW7558E  The message that follows…Unable to load https://host:9443/rm/links status: 403

_6@https://host:9443/rm/web/_js/?include=A~&etag=JxhBug2m3id_en_US&_proxyURL=%2Frm&ss=EsbuW&locale=en-us:2485 _6@https://host:9443/rm/web/_js/?include=A~&etag=JxhBug2m3id_en_US&_proxyURL=%2Frm&ss=EsbuW&locale=en-us:6183 _13@https://host:9443/rm/web/_js/?include=A~&etag=JxhBug2m3id_en_US&_proxyURL=%2Frm&ss=EsbuW&locale=en-us:6198

URL: https://host:9443/rm/links

Error 403: Forbidden

CRRRS4507E Links cannot be created.


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Diane Everitt (27825) | answered Jul 24 '14, 11:46 a.m.
Hello Stephen,

It appears you may be running in to the following known defect:

I hope this helps.


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