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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: New (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 7.4.0.GA
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Form Modeler
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    • Steps to Reproduce:
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      1. Create a Data Object asset with one field.
      2. Create a Business Process with a single script task that prints out the field value.
      3. Generate process form.
      4. Build and deploy to attached Process Server.
      5. Create instance and see value of field as not null.
      6. Stop server and delete deployment unit.
      7. Add a second field into the data object.
      8. Modify script task to print out second field value.
      9. Update data object's form to add second field. The form will detect the second field and allow drag and drop to form.
      10. Build & install, then redeploy.
      11. Create instance with both fields filled out.
      12. The print out on the console will show the second field's value as null.

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      1. Create a Data Object asset with one field. 2. Create a Business Process with a single script task that prints out the field value. 3. Generate process form. 4. Build and deploy to attached Process Server. 5. Create instance and see value of field as not null. 6. Stop server and delete deployment unit. 7. Add a second field into the data object. 8. Modify script task to print out second field value. 9. Update data object's form to add second field. The form will detect the second field and allow drag and drop to form. 10. Build & install, then redeploy. 11. Create instance with both fields filled out. 12. The print out on the console will show the second field's value as null.
    • Workaround:
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    • Workaround Description:
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      1. Delete deployment unit.
      2. Stop process server.
      3. Delete local maven repo containing KJAR
      4. Start server and deploy.
      5. Run process and see the second value come through.

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      1. Delete deployment unit. 2. Stop process server. 3. Delete local maven repo containing KJAR 4. Start server and deploy. 5. Run process and see the second value come through.

      Description

      Adding a new field into an existing Data Object doesn't get reflected when using the new field in a business process.

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              • Assignee:
                pere.fernandez Pere Fernandez Perez
                Reporter:
                haowurh Hao Wu
                Tester:
                Jan Stastny
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