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New SystemName - pyDefaultAccessGroup error

SA-31010

Summary



The administrator is attempting to clone their system so that this automatically generates the System Name and its 4 associated Requestor Types (APP, BATCH, BROWSER, PORTAL).
However, during this process it fails to build one of the Requestor Types (Portal) and presents an error to the user.

Error Messages



.pyDefaultAccessGroup: cannot be blank.
 

Steps to Reproduce



1. Choose the menu option Designer Studio > System > Settings > System Name.
2. Enter a value in the New Name text box.
3. Click Submit button.
 

Root Cause



During the creation of the Requestor Types this will generate the details based on detail of the current System Name’s equivalent Requestor Type.
Where the pyDefaultAccessGroup is determined based on the pyAccessGroups PropertyList
 
Examining the rule details for the original rule of a successfully cloned Requestor Type this was showing: -
 
<pyaccessgroups_opid REPEATINGTYPE="PageList">
  <rowdata REPEATINGINDEX="1">
    <pyRadioButtonAG>true</pyRadioButtonAG>
    <pxObjClass>Embed-Desktop-ValueList-AccessGroups</pxObjClass>
    <pyLabel>Custom:WebService</pyLabel>
  </rowdata>
</pyaccessgroups_opid>
<pxWarnings REPEATINGTYPE="PageList"/>
<pyAccessGroups REPEATINGTYPE="PropertyList">
  <rowdata REPEATINGINDEX="1"> Custom:WebService</rowdata>
</pyAccessGroups>
 
But for the failing Requestor Type the pyAccessGroup had no value
 
<pyaccessgroups_opid REPEATINGTYPE="PageList">
  <rowdata REPEATINGINDEX="1">
    <pyRadioButtonAG>true</pyRadioButtonAG>
    <pxObjClass>Embed-Desktop-ValueList-AccessGroups</pxObjClass>
    <pyLabel>PRPC:Unauthenticated</pyLabel>
  </rowdata>
</pyaccessgroups_opid>
<pxWarnings REPEATINGTYPE="PageList"/>
<pyAccessGroups REPEATINGTYPE="PropertyList">
  <rowdata REPEATINGINDEX="1"/>
</pyAccessGroups>
 

Resolution



Re-save the affected Requestor Type before using the System Name clone feature to resolve the issue.

 

Published December 1, 2016 - Updated December 13, 2016

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