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  1. Fuse Tooling
  2. FUSETOOLS-1311

Advanced tab in Properties view is sometimes linked to other component

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    • Steps to Reproduce:
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      1. Add File component and select it to see its properties in Properties view
      2. Drag and drop ActiveMQ component from Palette view
      3. Have a look on Advanced tab - there are properties for file component
      4. have a look on Generic tab - this one is related to the activemq component

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      1. Add File component and select it to see its properties in Properties view 2. Drag and drop ActiveMQ component from Palette view 3. Have a look on Advanced tab - there are properties for file component 4. have a look on Generic tab - this one is related to the activemq component
    • Workaround Description:
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      1. Click somewhere else (or select other component)
      2. Select again the activemq component

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      1. Click somewhere else (or select other component) 2. Select again the activemq component

      Description

      When you add a new component from Palette view using drag and drop then advanced properties are still linked to the old component (not to the newly added component).

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        1. advancedProperties.ogv
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        2. fusetools-1311.ogv
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        3. fusetools-1311-2.ogv
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            Assignee:
            lhein Lars Heinemann
            Reporter:
            apodhrad Andrej Podhradsky
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