I support UC4 scheduling for an account that is running multiple UC4 Clients. I'm not able to rename a calendar keyword so that it will replace it in the jobs using it. I thought it may be my access rights but I had the UC4 admin with all rights try it and he got the same outcome. I believe the UC4 version is 10.0.7+build.401
For 4 of the 6 uc4 clients I'm able to rename a keyword and it will replaces it in all jobs using it, but for the other 2 clients it will not work. I only know the frontend of uc4 so I do not know if this a setting that I could change or if this is a backend issue that I could not fix. Any help or direction would be appreciated.
I'm not sure if this is a question for the UC4 community but I'm throwing it out there.
he got the same outcome
which error message does appear?
does one appear?
Any messages in the messages window?
I don’t get an error. It says that it successfully replaced to objects but it does not do anything.
I do not see any error in the message window either.
For what its worth, I was able to replicate this on 10.0.7 HF3. At this point V10 is out of support so what I would do is a search for use on the keyword within the calendar and replace it manually on all of the objects.
Additionally, creating a new keyword and doing a replace on the old one does not appear to be working either. That's the only workaround I could think of to this issue.
Oh Boy!!! There are around 300+ static calendar/keywords that need to be manually updated to NON-STATIC. This will be a daunting task but since this version is unsupported it will be my only option.
Thanks for this post,
I wonder if this idea might have merit?
export the CALE object and import it into another UC4 client. In that client, delete the static keywords and rebuild them as non-static with the exact same keyword name. Then import it back into production.
I took your suggestion but I did not need to export anything. I deleted the static calendar and replaced it with a non-static calendar with the same name and it seems to work just fine.
Thanks again for everyone’s help and suggestions.
Just want to give a BIG thanks for your suggestions. What ever your said helped me solve my issue. I hope I can return the favor. Thanks, Jeff