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Importing an app (.qvf) developed in the desktop client fails with Error 500.
The Service Repository log will show a 500 Forbidden error similar as below:
Command=Import app;Result=500;ResultText=Error: Security df1962b4-32e1-46e9-9ca1-265c98b11be4 323814f8-96bb-4e69-8c6d-e45c81f0e2aa 0 NTTSTDOM uncumqtaa d5588562-ac1d-4458-9540-eb210c570137 Portfolio Planning 24M Repository ManagementAccess /qrs/app/upload Import app 500 Forbidden [LOCERR_HTTP_403]:Forbidden(REST HTTP error) (HTTP code: 500) 61273a85-ef6a-405d-bc92-74e665f7a5ef
Command=Import app;Result=500;ResultText=Error: ValidationFailed b6f143b0-69d1-4fe4-b3dc-499f8d7ffe8d 21ef6fb5-0a19-43b6-bb13-59772de0175d 0 NTTSTDOM uncumqtaa 9767cf2f-5e23-459f-8908-a14795c3595e app4(1) Repository ManagementAccess /qrs/app/upload Import app 500 Internal Server Error (HTTP code: 500) 2c3a8629-9a8b-48b6-989c-79c2218fa93d
Another user, such as the RootAdmin may be able to import the app OK.
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If the name of a data connection in the imported app is the same as the name of an existing data connection, the data connection will not be imported. This means that the imported app will use the existing data connection with an identical name, not the data connection in the imported app.
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