I request your help because, for this moment, I have not found the solutions.
I must create a new pseudofolder on our database and add this into your all ItemRevision.
I create this into BMIDE and deploy without error.
After, I would add this into the system but in Options, I don't found BUS4_Packing.
I would like the same like BUSCH Documents
I think some people know my problem and can help me. Thank you for that.
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First you need to make sure that the primary object has the correct GRM Rule. You can do this in BMIDE.
Then you can test this by copying the secondary object and Edit->"paste special" it onto the primary object choose your relation in the popup dialog. That should create the relation.
If you can do this you should be able to configure your pseudofolder.
Below are the list of steps required to create PseudoFolder
1. Create custom relation business object with required displayname (subclass of IMANRelation)
2. Add this BO as new relational property to your XXXItemRevision BO
3. Modify GRM rules of your XXXItemRevision BO. Cardinality should be 1 or above
4. Save & deploy data model
5. Login as dba and modify 2 preferences (add an entry of your custom Relation BO)
6. Clear Cache and restart TC
thank you for your help.
However, I haven't to do change with GRM Rules. That is possible, my database is already configure by default for a pseudofolder?
As was mentioned, you have to (in BMIDE):
1) add BUS4_Packing as a relation property under your "DEV Revision" business object.
2) modify the GRM rules for your "DEV Revision" business object to define cardinality for the BUS4_Packing relation.
Then in the rich client:
3) modify the DEVRevision_DefaultChildProperties preference to include the BUS4_Packing relation, and
4) modify the DEVRevison_PseudoFolder preference to include the BUS4_Packing relation.
The first preference makes objects attached to your "DEV Revision" visible to your users and the second makes the relation appear as a pseudofolder. Make sure you make the modifications as a dba and the preferences' scope are both SITE.