|Title||Fixes which the replicator rejects still get replicated|
|Assigned user||Nick Barnes|
|Description||If a Perforce user makes a fix which the defect tracker disallows for some reason (e.g. it's an illegal transition in the defect tracker, the user doesn't have the necessary permissions to make the transition, etc), then the replicator will correctly refuse to replicate the change to the issue's status and will undo the change to the job's status, in accordance with the "defect tracker wins" policy.|
However, the fix record itself will be replicated, and will show up in the defect tracker's interface. This is misleading. Better behaviour would be for the replicator to remove the fix (and not replicate it).
|Analysis||Richard says this is hard.|
This is a duplicate of job000137. GDR 2000-12-30
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|Evidence||Noted when testing 0.5.0.|
|Created by||Nick Barnes|
|Created on||2000-12-15 14:50:28|
|Last modified by||Gareth Rees|
|Last modified on||2001-12-10 19:15:33|
|History||2000-12-15 NB Created.|
2000-12-30 GDR Closed (duplicate of job000137).
2001-02-19 GDR Downgraded to essential.
|22485||closed||2001-09-14 13:09:54||Gareth Rees||Added section explaining how the P4DTI enforces the defect tracker's rules. Explained why fixes aren't deleted even if they cause an illegal change.|