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CMS-XML Class Definition: constraints on cyclic (self referential) relationships (e.g., FRtoFR) fail
Contraints on cyclic relationships fail. For example - setting a rule to ensure that a requirement from the primary class has a status = to proposed should be: Class (primary) to Current Status != Proposed
CMS-XML Link Browser Errors with greater than 60 classes
When a large number of classes is defined within a single project (i. e .,> 60) - Oracle error ORA-12899 is returned when attempting to modify user settings.
CMS-XML DIM RM: Link constraints do not work if used with system attributes
In Class Def double-click on an existing relationship and add one constraint ( e .g. Current Status != Current). Make sure the AND radio button is selected even though no seconds constraint is needed (problem also occurs with 2 constraints). Save and exit Class Def. Try to use this relationship.
CMS-XML DIM RM: Link cardinality rules violation
Scenario: BR_1 is linked with Rel_1 ( e .g.) Replace BR_1
CMS-XML Link 'transfer to child' fails when linking proposed to current - ORA-01422: exact fetch returns more than requested
indicating that the link was not transferred to the child (i. e ., the requirement with a status of current). 2. Please remove this link - this may require administrator privileges. 3. Accept the proposal.
CMS-XML It's impossible to re-link items after previously existing link was deleted.
2. Create requirement of BUSINESS_REQUIREMENT type. E .g. "BR_1" 3. Create requirement of USER_REQUIREMENT type. E.g. "UR_1" 4. Select the "BR_1" item, create a link between selected item and the "UR_1" item. 5. Open "BR_1" for editing, add some text to the description, click "Replace" button.
CMS-XML Class Def: Incorrectly identifies a class as a relationship
Class Def: Incorrectly identifies a class as a relationship
CMS-XML CSV Link function
CSV Link function
CMS-XML Link Browser Issues with IE9
Link Browser Issues with IE9
CMS-XML Cannot link requirements due to lock error
Cannot link requirements due to lock error
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