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Problem in Enumeration attribute - Attribute Shows valules of another enumeration.

Muthukumar C (32712833) | asked Jun 19 '12, 5:26 a.m.
edited Jun 19 '12, 6:10 a.m.
Hi All,

Here is my problem
I am having two enumerations. ENUM1 and ENUM2. I have created a Attribute in a WI and its type is ENUM1 (Enumeration).
But when opening that Work item window (Creation of WI), Items in the ENUM2 is populating in this filed
I have verified in all aspects and cross verified the Process Configuration source. No problem identified till now.

Is it a know issue??


Arne Bister commented Jun 19 '12, 7:29 a.m.

Hi, I just set this up in a test environment and it worked like it should. Attribute enum1_attr of type Enumeration, pointing to ENUM1, only shows the enumeration values of ENUM1 and none of ENUM2. So it is not a generally known issue. Probably means troubleshooting some more. Can you verify / falsify using a different (test) project area by recreating the enums and the field? Then you would know whether to look at that project area or something in your RTC installation. I used RTC to verify it generally works - what version are you using?

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Muthukumar C (32712833) | answered Jun 19 '12, 7:31 a.m.
My RTC Version is Same set of condition worked in another Environment [Different Server / Same Project area / Same Attributes] I have Removed that Attribute and Created again with different ID and the issue was resolved.

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Eric Jodet (6.3k5111120) | answered Jun 19 '12, 7:53 a.m.
possibly a usage error - sharing the PA source as XML of the faulty PA may have helped to further analyze this issue.

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Muthukumar C (32712833) | answered Jun 19 '12, 8:07 a.m.
Hi Eric,

No chance for usage error as I have copied the source from this PA and copied in another PA [Diff server]. copied place its working fine.


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