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Incomplete relationships displayed in Repository Browser pane following WFL file verification

Incomplete relationships displayed in Repository Browser pane following WFL file verification

Problem:

Not all files defined in .WFL (WorkFlow Process) file have the correct “has Data Connector” relationships displayed in the Enterprise Analyzer Repository Browser after verification.  How can this be explained?

Resolution:

The reason for this is that the TITLE= options is not defined in the FILE definition of the WFL (WorkFlow Process) file.

The associated program dynamically sets the TITLE= option, and this functionality is not supported in the current versions of the Enterprise Analyzer product.

The following manual correction is required, before re-verification.

The file contains:

FILE FITA-REG-G (TITLE=#TITULO,FAMILYNAME=EMISSAO,KIND=DISK);

FILE FF35 (FAMILYNAME=EMISSAO,KIND=DISK);

The correction is:

FILE FITA-REG-G (TITLE=#TITULO,FAMILYNAME=EMISSAO,KIND=DISK);

FILE FF35 (TITLE=FF35,FAMILYNAME=EMISSAO,KIND=DISK);

Re-verification of the amended file will produce the correct “has Data Connector” relationships in the Repository Browser.

Incident # 2610283

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