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When the process application or toolkits contains the sub-processes, and opened the process application or toolkit into Integration Designer(IID), the IID tools will generate the .cmt2 files and .wsdl files for those sub-process. This caused duplicated error occurs when user tries to publish the changes from IID back to process center.
Generated Interfaces for the subprocesses were not able to be deleted in Integration Developer. USER AFFECTED: Process Designer and Integration Developer Users PROBLEM DETAILED DESCRIPTION: A guard to prevent the generation of WSDLs for subprocesses was not in place to prevent the generation of newly created subprocesses in Process Apps and Toolkits, that were already associated with advanced content. Upon trying to delete these resources, code was present to prevent deletion of WSDLs belonging to BPDs on the IID side. ADDITIONAL INFO: To benefit from this fix, it is necessary to perform additional procedures after installation. (Important: JR44923 is an additional recommended fix. Perform these steps, if you have not applied JR44923. If you have applied JR44923, please follow the steps provided for that fix, only) 1) In IID, go to the default library and run action "Disassociate from the Process Center". 2) Back up the library (in case there are changes the customer has in that library). You could rename it for example. 3) Now delete the ProcessApp (or Toolkit) from the workspace, and choose to remove the project contents (Note, the contents for the projects other than the disassicated default library are still on the ProcessCenter). 4) Now open the ProcessApp in the workspace again. The default library will be regenerated again. 5) Compare the new default library and the one you backed up and copy anything back to the new default from the old.
Fixed the issue by placing a guard and allowing the deletion of the wsdl FIX AVAILABILITY: Fix delivered in 126.96.36.199.
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