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tinkertoy (Programmer) (OP)
13 Jan 05 17:14
I created a new message in the message catalog, using 25000, 1 - 12.  According to the training and instruction I had, 25000 was OK to use for custom messages.  Well, apparently not the #1 message.  When a user, including myself, makes a change or edits a Job Data (or other page), and then clicks on any other menu choice to exit, and not save, I am getting the first message I created, instead of Do you want to Save Click Ok, or Cancel to continue without saving - not exactly what it says, or used to say, but close.  I deleted my 25000, 1 message, and still get the text from that message.  I have done a search in App Designer through the entire database, in PeopleCode and HTML, and cannot find it.  I checked the table data, and the 25000, 1 message is gone.  Where do I go to fix this?
jmanj (Programmer)
14 Jan 05 10:33
Look at the peoplecode behind the message. Usually if peoplecode could not find the message from the message catalog then it either prints nothing or a default message embedded within the peoplecode. When you create a message you usually ties it to a peoplecode.
tinkertoy (Programmer) (OP)
14 Jan 05 18:42
I have done all that.  I went into our development DB, and do the same procedures, and actions, and get the correct message.  So I tracked it down, in that code, and in the related db.  I have the message catalog info, and number, which didn't exist in the catalog, so it defaults to the message in the actual code.  Apparently I used the wrong message numbers in a message which overwrote the default information somewhere.  I deleted the incorrect change to that message catalog, a while back.  That didn't resolve the problem.  It looks like it got embedded somewhere.  I have done a search for the "bad" text string, through the code, sql and html, and nothing. I found the numbers for the message and it looks fine.  So I screwed up somewhere.

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