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Designer changing GCV:s

Anybody else notice that sometimes for no good reason Designer decides
that the GCVs have changed?
For example if I have a GCV definition containing a number of <item>
elements Designer sometimes decides to change them to <item
xml:space="preserve"> when doing a deploy!

Also it sometimes adds a tmpId to every element!
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Re: Designer changing GCV:s

alekz wrote:

> Anybody else notice that sometimes for no good reason Designer decides
> that the GCVs have changed?
> For example if I have a GCV definition containing a number of <item>
> elements Designer sometimes decides to change them to <item
> xml:space="preserve"> when doing a deploy!
>
> Also it sometimes adds a tmpId to every element!


Thought the tempID was due to editing the GCV in iManager.

Definitely seen the xml:space="preserve" issue though.
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Re: Designer changing GCV:s

alekz wrote:

> Anybody else notice that sometimes for no good reason Designer decides
> that the GCVs have changed?
> For example if I have a GCV definition containing a number of <item>
> elements Designer sometimes decides to change them to <item
> xml:space="preserve"> when doing a deploy!


Yes, very annoying, see this a lot, but totally random. Also sometimes it's a
@critical-change="true" being added/dropped after a package update. Oh, yes:
seems to be related to updateing packages, at least I have only seen it on a
compare after up/downgraing packages.

And now filters build from resources somethimes (but not always) get a
@priority-sync="" added...

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Re: Designer changing GCV:s

Great - I mean that I'm not the only one. 😛

On 2016-06-23 13:21, Lothar Haeger wrote:
> alekz wrote:
>
>> Anybody else notice that sometimes for no good reason Designer decides
>> that the GCVs have changed?
>> For example if I have a GCV definition containing a number of <item>
>> elements Designer sometimes decides to change them to <item
>> xml:space="preserve"> when doing a deploy!

>
> Yes, very annoying, see this a lot, but totally random. Also sometimes it's a
> @critical-change="true" being added/dropped after a package update. Oh, yes:
> seems to be related to updateing packages, at least I have only seen it on a
> compare after up/downgraing packages.
>
> And now filters build from resources somethimes (but not always) get a
> @priority-sync="" added...
>

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Re: Designer changing GCV:s

On 6/23/2016 7:21 AM, Lothar Haeger wrote:
> alekz wrote:
>
>> Anybody else notice that sometimes for no good reason Designer decides
>> that the GCVs have changed?
>> For example if I have a GCV definition containing a number of <item>
>> elements Designer sometimes decides to change them to <item
>> xml:space="preserve"> when doing a deploy!

>
> Yes, very annoying, see this a lot, but totally random. Also sometimes it's a
> @critical-change="true" being added/dropped after a package update. Oh, yes:
> seems to be related to updateing packages, at least I have only seen it on a
> compare after up/downgraing packages.
>
> And now filters build from resources somethimes (but not always) get a
> @priority-sync="" added...


I think that priority sync came with 4.5. I expect some of this is DTD
validating.. I have seen it as well.

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On 06/23/2016 06:49 AM, Geoffrey Carman wrote:
>
> I think that priority sync came with 4.5. I expect some of this is DTD
> validating.. I have seen it as well.


Priority Sync came out with eDirectory 8.8 a decade or whatever ago. Out
of Band Sync came with IODM 4.5.

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Re: Designer changing GCV:s

ab wrote:

> On 06/23/2016 06:49 AM, Geoffrey Carman wrote:
> >
> > I think that priority sync came with 4.5. I expect some of this is
> > DTD validating.. I have seen it as well.

>
> Priority Sync came out with eDirectory 8.8 a decade or whatever ago.
> Out of Band Sync came with IODM 4.5.


Still think it is dtd validation (pity the DTD is woefully incomplete)
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Re: Designer changing GCV:s

On 6/23/2016 8:53 AM, ab wrote:
> On 06/23/2016 06:49 AM, Geoffrey Carman wrote:
>>
>> I think that priority sync came with 4.5. I expect some of this is DTD
>> validating.. I have seen it as well.

>
> Priority Sync came out with eDirectory 8.8 a decade or whatever ago. Out
> of Band Sync came with IODM 4.5.


Yes. agreed. However, whoever in the IDC developed it, forgot that
Proirity Sync was taken as a name and the XML uses it, but the pretty
name is OOB Sync.


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