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    Brian Somers
    Saving Rules\Scripts in Calc Manager
    Topic posted May 14, 2019 by Brian SomersRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged PBCS 
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    Title:
    Saving Rules\Scripts in Calc Manager
    Summary:
    With the 19.05 we cannot save any rules or scripts in Calc Manager in the Dev instance. Saving in the pre 19.05 instance is still ok.
    Content:

    Hi all, have just noticed that any scripts, rules etc... that I update in Calc Manager (PBCS) are not being saved in Dev. When I save I get a confirmation to say that the rule\script has saved but the changes are not there when I close and go back in. All is still ok in Prod so I am thinking it is related the the 19.05 release. Has anyone seen this or can help?

    Version:
    19.05

    Comment

     

    • Matt Treml

      Not seeing this in our instance though we are in EPBCS. Have you logged an SR?

    • Mansi Gaur

      We have had the same issue with our DEV PBCS pods. We have raised an SR and Oracle said they will be releasing an additional patch. I do not have the timelines on that one though. Should be soon.

      So, I would suggest raising an SR from your end too.

    • Tino Tarantino

      Confirm with earlier response from Matt.  We are also on not seeing this issue on EPBCS 19.05.55.   I would assume that PBCS/EPBCS share the same code line when comes to shared components like Calc Manager but this is only an assumption on my part.

    • Tuan-Anh M. Nguyen

      We are having the same issue in test environments. BRs will update but not scripts. We are exporting the script, updating, and importing back in.

    • Ross Martin

      Brian,

      We are also experiencing this behavior. I have also filed a bug with Oracle and spoken with folks on their internal development/CEAL team whom are aware of this. There are currently 2 workarounds we are leveraging:

      1. Open an object (rule) that contains the sub-object (script) you are trying to update; then modify/save the script from there
      2. Export, modify, and import the underlying XML file via migration manager

       

    • Brian Somers

      Thanks all, there was a rollout yesterday (version 19.05.57). The issue is resolved for me now. Thanks again for all your comments.