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pyCommitError occurs when saving properties of a data class in a new table.

Error Messages

pyCommitError: Cannot save instance of class XYZ-Data-ABCD; it belongs to fully exposed table <User table> in database PegaDATA, but the instance has properties which do not correspond to columns: prop1, prop2

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Create a new table manually including all the columns which are present in a Pega created table except pxInsName
  2. Map the new created table to an existing data class
  3. Write an activity to perform Obj-Save on the data class
  4. Run the activity

Root Cause

The external table created by the user did not have all the px, py, pz columns to perform the Obj- methods.


Perform the following local-change:

Add all the px, py and pz columns in the table.

Published March 29, 2018 - Updated October 8, 2020

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