ijtrejo Absent Member.
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Script generator - Add Defect Field Customization overides Workflow

The workflow already had code to create a  new defect, the fileds were already customized. However, after using the Script Generator - Add Defect Field Customization, the changes created overwote the workflow.


Changes that the script generator created in the workflow were removed. However, the settings in the script generator are taking presidence when opening a new defect.


How can I undo the settings from the script generator? I only want to use the code from the workflow.

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Damodar-Reddy Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Script generator - Add Defect Field Customization overides Workflow

All you can do is to make the necessary from the Script editor (Add Defect Field Cust) and apply changes.

I am suggesting this because, you already informed that the code is been cleared off and still getting the customized part.




Check the Entire Defect Module code, it must be referring to somewhere.


Note: I had this kind of issue earlier, I have created a new project and performed the same, worked fine. Some times ALM behaves weird in Workflow vertical, the same Piece works fine in one and doesn't trigger in few.


I suggest you to do the same in a fresh project or make the same changes from the Script Editor(Add Defect Field Cust) and give a try.

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