viernes, 21 de octubre de 2011 18:52
We have found a case where workItem.isValid returns true, but calling workItem.save results in an exception ("Workitem 0 could not be saved - Application Error").
This is the problematic attribute we set:
workItem.getFields() .getField("[id]") .setValue(new Date(NumberUtils.toLong(dateValue, Long.MIN_VALUE)));
In some cases, dateValue was an empty string, which led to the date being set to Long.MIN_VALUE.
Now we understand (and have fixed) that an empty string does not result to that field being set.
However there seems to be a problem in handling this case in TEE correctly, as one would expect isValid to make the necessary checks so save would then work.
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domingo, 23 de octubre de 2011 15:05
Unable to reproduce the case, i have done the following,
workItem.getFields() .getField("[id]") .setValue(new DateTime.MinValue));
returns true and saves the work item.
Please share more details to reproduce the error.
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lunes, 24 de octubre de 2011 15:04
I just gave this a try, here is what I found:
A dateTime field (not required) is set to
This consistently results in workItem.isValid to return true, but workitem.save to result in the following error:
TECoreException (id=13783) cause SOAPFault (id=13785) actor null cause null code QName (id=13791) detail DeferredElementNSImpl (id=13792) detailMessage "Error in the application. ---> Error in the application." (id=13788) language "en" (id=13793) stackTrace null subCode SOAPFaultSubCode (id=13794) subCode QName (id=13798) localPart "q0:Application" (id=13800) namespaceURI "" (id=190) prefix "" (id=190) detailMessage "Error in the application. ---> Error in the application." (id=13788) stackTrace null
In you example, you did "new DateTime.MinValue" (which somehow I fail to see using the 10.1 TEE), which seems to work. But created a Date object with Long.MIN_VALUE doesn't seem to.
Now setting it to such a value is stupid, I understand, but nevertheless the TEE saying it's valid but failing on saving probably means there is some check missing.
jueves, 03 de noviembre de 2011 18:06Thank you Thomas. I will enter a bug for this scenario.