Posted: 29 Jun 2016 11:58 EDT Last activity: 6 Apr 2018 19:26 EDT
RMFW - Data-Tag-RelevantRecord Class Missing
For the Release Management Framework, I imported into 7.1.9 (one version below 7.1.10 the RMFW was created in) and ran into an error where the class "Data-Tag-RelevantRecord" was not present. Do you know if that is something that was introduced in 7.1.10 or is something that was missing from the import?
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while importing from 7.2 version to 7.1.9 , we ran into an error saying the class "Data-Tag-RelevantRecord" was not present. Do you know if that is something that was introduced in 7.2 or is something that was missing from the import?
screenshot of the error attached.
Posted: 4 years ago
Posted: 6 Sep 2016 8:29 EDT
Sudharsan Raman (sudharsan)
Principal Software Engineer - Customer Success
There is no documentatin anywhere on the purpose of this Data Instance. The data instance doesn't have a form either. Cannot be opened. It's auto created and auto associated with a Ruleset. To have one's Product Rule excempt these Data Instances requires the Developers and the release team to keep track of the all the other Data instances and to include them sepereately. Which is NOT Feasible.
So why not publish something on the the purpose of this class and it's instances. And if it's internal, prevent the Auto Association with a Ruleset so that they don't get migrated to other environments.
Posted: 4 years ago
Posted: 9 Nov 2016 11:16 EST
Raghav Koundinya B (Raghav_Koundinya)
Manager CRM - Sales Automation
Because of this new data instances, now unnecessarily the count of Data Instances are getting almost doubled.
Can we have a way to exclude them in the product rule form (in Global Exclusion List). And also can some one explain if there is any implication if we dont ship them to the higher environments like (production).