After what appeared to be a successful rehost (primarily using the rehost guide), I get the following message in my browser: "Windchill Error: No EnumeratedType exists with "WIP" as its internal value."
WIP is a Lifecycle State that we defined during our 3.4 to 9.1 migration last summer. It's part of the ILNK Life Cycle which all our stored objects are controlled by.
I'm a bit mystified as to what's causing this: aren't lifecycles stored in Oracle? I can see contexts, teams, users, groups,promotion requests and folders, but not files. I'm wondering ifthere is a step or twothat I might have missed...
I did the following steps:
We have a simple setup: no adapters to other systems. Basically a simple 3.4 system re-implemented in 9.1. We made some changes to a couple of OIRs (e.g. to disable auto-numbering..) but nothing drastic. I was under the impression that most of the changes are stored in the system itself, like in 3.4.. Am I missing something?
The only glitch I suffered was that I screwed up Aphelion (didn't shut it down when importing the root.ldif from the production system) and had to uninstall/re-install it. Otherwise everything worked the way I expected it to.
I'll try re-importing the dump file again tomorrow to see if that does anything.. If I get the same error, I'm not sure what I should do.. Perhaps if I mirrored the \Windchill_9.1\Windchill folder over to the test system?
If anyone sees something wrong with this, please let me know. (don't waste too much time on it)..
KI, Green Bay, WI