All saved filters are removed when a partitioned filter field is updated, not just the ones for this partition.

Document ID : KB000005785
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Issue:

All saved filters are removed when a partitioned filter field is updated, not just the ones for this partition.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Create partition model with partitions KS Test1, KS Test2. 

2. Associate project object with the newly created partition model. 

3. Create 2 resources KS Resource1 (associted with partition KS Test1), KS Resource2 (associated with partition KS Test2). 

4. Also ensure that Admin user you are logged in with associated with partition KS Test1 and KS Test2. 

5. Ensure that both resources created in step 3 have navigate and vew all projects rights. 

6. Login as KS Resource1 and navigate to Home->Projects and create at least one Filter by clicking choosing an OBS Unit and click on Filter. After that click on Save Filter and give it a name and save it. 

7. Login as KS Resource2 and navigate to Home->Projects and create at least one Filter by clicking choosing an OBS Unit and click on Filter. After that click on Save Filter and give it a name and save it. 

8. Login as an Admin Go to Administration->Objects->Select project object and go to Views->select a partition KS Test1->Select the List Filter view->Fields 

9. Make change to OBS Unit attribute by clicking on Properties of that attribute (for example OBS Style from Single-select to Multiple-select) and click on Save, you are prompted with an ALERT:The changes made to the filter field require that all saved filters used by this view are deleted. Do you want to continue? 

10. Click Yes 

11. Login as KS Resource1 and navigate to Home->Projects and notice that your saved filter(s) has been deleted (as expected per warning message recieved in Step 8) 

12. Login as KS Resource2 and navigate to Home->Projects and notice that your saved filter(s) has been deleted (not expected as you were in KS Test1 partition when changes were made)

Expected Result: The saved filter(s) are available in the saved filter drop down if changes were not done in that partition.

Actual Result: The saved filter is not available. It has been deleted even though changes were done in another partition.

Environment:
Applies to all supported PAS environments for specified releases.
Cause:

Caused by CLRT-81541

Resolution:

This issue is currently in review with development. 

Additional Information:

Workaround:

None.