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xog writes to NIKU.ROOT partition

Question asked by Mayankkumar on Dec 18, 2012
Latest reply on Dec 19, 2012 by Mayankkumar
Hi All,

I tried to xog write an instance in the subobject of a project object.
The following file is run as an admin user, which works fine, except that it changes the partition_code to NIKU.ROOT.
autonumbering is on for the ID and Name attributes.

Could you please advise why does the XOG write the partition_code to NIKU.ROOT, instead of the one specified in the XML?

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<NikuDataBus xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="../xsd/nikuxog_customObjectInstance.xsd">
<Header action="write" externalSource="NIKU"
objectType="customObjectInstance" overrideAutoNumbering="false" version="8.1.0.4247"/>
<customObjectInstances objectCode="gm_prmandate">
<instance instanceCode="-501" objectCode="gm_prmandate"
parentInstanceCode="PROJ00023" parentObjectCode="project">
<CustomInformation>
<ColumnValue name="code">111</ColumnValue>
<ColumnValue name="name">222</ColumnValue>
<ColumnValue name="partition_code">ppm_partition</ColumnValue>
<ColumnValue name="mandate">T1112_6_2_4</ColumnValue>
<ColumnValue name="mandt_cont_1_currency">AUD</ColumnValue>
<ColumnValue name="uom_1_1">gm_projects</ColumnValue>
<ColumnValue name="odf_parent_id">5004411</ColumnValue>
<ColumnValue name="odf_cncrt_parent_id">5004411</ColumnValue>
</CustomInformation>
<Security>
<UserSecurity
rightCode="odf_cst_gm_prmandate_edit" userName="admin"/>
</Security>
</instance>
</customObjectInstances>
</NikuDataBus>

Thank you.

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