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RAP import does not import base class rule of the Connector



A RAP file created in DEV environment imports successfully in the TEST environment but the base class and other classes are not imported to TEST environment.  The "Application Explorer" contains properties without classes. Properties are reported not to exist upon opening. The properties exist in the database but the class rules do not.

Error Messages

Can't view RULE-OBJ-PROPERTY <pzInsKey of Property>: not found in database or insufficient privilege.

Steps to Reproduce

Generate a RAP file in DEV and import into TEST environment.

Root Cause

When “Exclude Non Rule Resolved Rules” checkboxes for each of the rulesets are checked in the product rule used to generate RAP file in the DEV environment, class rules will not be included in the RAP file when exported and and are left to be imported into the next environment.  


See the help for details about the "Exclude non-versioned rules" checkbox.

Exclude non-versioned rules Some rule types are associated with a ruleset but not with a version. By default, these rule instances are included in the ZIP archive file when any version of that ruleset appears on the RuleSets to include array. Select this box to exclude these rule types. These include:
  • Access Deny rules (Rule-Access-Deny-Obj rule type)
  • Access of Role to Object rules (Rule-Access-Role-Obj rule type)
  • Application rules (Rule-Application rule type)
  • Connect rules (for example, Rule-Connect-SOAP rule type)
  • Class rules (Rule-Obj-Class rule type)
  • Ruleset name rules (Rule-RuleSet-Name rule type)
  • Rulesetversion rules (Rule-RuleSet-Version rule type)
  • Service rules (for example, Rule-Service-SOAP rule type)
Note: Rules not associated with a ruleset version are not included in the ZIP archive when you specify minimum and maximum RuleSet versions to include, as explained above. 
Selecting this check box overrides the Global exclusions.


Published January 31, 2016 - Updated October 8, 2020

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