04-21-2011 12:18 PM
We recently created a new Account extension table and in the Global Join manager, I have set the following properties:
Parent Table and Join Field: Account.Accountid
Child Table and Join Field: CAccount.Accountid
Join Type: Left
Cascade Type: Delete
But this table is not showing up in the Web (7.5.3) Query Builder even though other Account Extension tables are (some twice). Does anyone know if we might be missing a setting somewhere, or if this is a bug?
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04-21-2011 12:32 PM
04-22-2011 07:12 AM
Query builder should be rebuilding the XMLSCHEMA plugin if it finds the PLUGIN.DATACODE has a value of "REBUILD_SCHEMA" (e.g. SELECT DATACODE FROM PLUGIN WHERE PLUGINID = 'XMLSCHEMA').
Admin.exe should be setting the PLUGIN.DATACODE to "REBUILD_SCHEMA" when changes that affect schema are made in Admin.exe; if it is not doing that, then it is a bug in Admin.exe.
04-22-2011 12:50 PM
Thanks for the tip! I had to create a template twice and sure enough got the Re-building XML Schema message on the second go. The Query Builder showed a:
Input string was not in a correct format.Input string was not in a correct format.Input string was not in a correct format.XMLSchema Node not Found: C_account
So after an IISRESET, it's showing perfectly. Thanks!
04-22-2011 12:53 PM
Per the other suggestion, I created a dummy template and after it forced a Schema re-build and iisreset, things are working correctly.
Before doing all this, I also checked the table and indeed PLUGIN.DATACODE was set to "REBUILD_SCHEMA". So it seems that Admin.exe is setting the value correctly, but for some reason maybe the actual re-build is not being triggered?
07-01-2011 05:06 AM
It seems that this is still not working in 7.5.3 Has it been addressed in any of the hotfixes? It seems this should be made a priority.. since many of our clients are no longer using the LAN client.
07-01-2011 08:58 PM
Is this a 1:1 relationship? Then ditch the parent child relationship stuff.....click on the Extension Checkbox for the new table......
have you blown away your files in your web directories, et al? Am always surprised by how much garbage is left behind in cache's, etc. that screw things (including AA) up....