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MKS124155 ..fields are not editable: Day Count

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MKS124155 ..fields are not editable: Day Count

MKS124155 ..fields are not editable: Day Count (migration thread) Posted: Apr 6, 2012 12:32 PM

   egoldstein     Posts: 2   Registered: Dec, 2008


We recently upgraded from MKS2007 to MKS2009 SP7.  Since upgrading, users creating new release Items get the error "MKS124155 Error occurred when updating item <item#>: The following fields are not editable: Day Count."  Day Count computed field is visible, dynamic, stored to history daily, floating point.  It calculates the total number of days a release item was active.  The calculation is DateDiff(IsEmpty(DateLastEntered("Closed"),now()),"Created Date")/(24*60*60)
Any ideas?

  

Re: MKS124155 ..fields are not editable: Day Count Posted: Apr 16, 2012 6:14 PM
Posted By:   mlizak     Posts: 72 /  Registered: Feb, 2011  
Hello Elizabeth,

This would suggest that there is some sort of editability rule, either on the basic field, or as an override on the type, which would require modification.

In your administration client or from the command line, you should examine the field's editability rule (in the GUI edit or view the field, select the Editability tab, and see if there is any rule there; on the CLI, run 'im viewfield "Day Count"', and examine the section that starts with "Editability Rule:").

If this shows the field is editable under the conditions your users are trying to create Release Items, examine the Release Item type in a similar manner, looking at the "Overrides for Fields" node--in particular, look for a check mark under Editability on the Day Count row.  If there is a check mark, there is an active override of that field's Editability rule (from the CLI, run 'im viewfield --overrideForType="Release Item"' displays the same information).

Modify the editability rule in the type's field override if it has been modified or is sensitive to being changed elsewhere, or on the field itself if you can use a global editability rule for the type.

If you are still having trouble with this, please contact Integrity Customer Service.

Regards,
Kael

Kind Regards,
Kael Lizak

Senior Technical Support Engineer
PTC Integrity Lifecycle Manager
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