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Removing Variable From Database Causes Clone New Folder to Fail

Created: 16 Mar 2006


The information in this article applies to product: e-Work 6.x

Issue

  •                                 If a custom variable is deleted from the database (the map table),                                 the 'clone new folder' feature no longer works for folders using that map.

                                    For example, a procedure contains three text variables - txt1, txt2, txt3 - and an action that clones a new folder.                                 The variable txt2 is deleted from the procedure and from the database. Even if txt2 is added back to the procedure,                                 as a text variable or another type, the action that clones a new folder will fail for all existing and new folders.                                

                                   
  •                                 The following error message appears in the browser:
                                    Failed to invoke action.

                                    The following error message is written to the Windows application event log:
                                    ErrorCode: '-2147217900'
                                    Description: 'Insert Error: Column name or number of supplied values does not match table definition.'
                                    Source: 'Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server' SQL State: '21S01' NativeErrorCode: '213'                                

Resolution

  • This is a known issue.                                

Keywords: kb731 PF25936


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