Changes for Territorial Authorities as part of Landonline Release 3.17
- Find Work/Request via ‘Search’ TA Cert in Workspace Throws an Error
- SQL Error Encountered While Un-signing a TA Package
Find Work/Request via ‘Search’ TA Cert in Workspace Throws an Error
LINZ Ref: LOLCM-869 (External Surveyors and Territorial Authority)
Description: There are two ways to ‘Find Work/Request’ for Surveyors and Territorial Authority users in Landonline Workspace.
Search by ‘Find Work/Request’ icon - (this works without issue):
Then select one of the three radio buttons:
- Survey Work
- Request Manual Copy
Search by ‘Survey’|’TA Certificate’ (error occurs):
- Select ‘Survey’ at the top of the menu bar
- Select ‘TA Certificate’
- Select ‘Search’ in the CSL_S07 TA Certification window
- Select ‘Request’ radio button
The following message would be returned and throw the user out of Landonline:
The second option has now been fixed and error message 9005 no longer appears. Users are able to proceed without issue.
SQL Error Encountered While Un-signing a TA Package
LINZ Ref: LOLCM-922 (External Territorial Authority Only)
Description: The un-signing code expects the ‘Package Name’ to be in the format ‘Package #’ i.e. Package 1, Package 2 and so on.
When the package ‘Package 1’ is un-signed, it will be made historic and a new package will be created with the name ‘Package 2’ or the next available consecutive number in the TA certification group. For example, if there were 3 packages, Package 1, Package 2 and Package 3, all signed and then Package 1 is un-signed, then Package 1 is made historic and a new package ‘Package 4’ is created
If a user re-names a package from say ‘Package 1’ to ‘223 Package’ and its signed, then upon trying to un-sign this package an SQL error appears and the Territorial Authority cannot un-sign the package.
When the Territorial Authority un-sign a package which does not have a default name format (e.g. ‘224 Certificate’, instead of ‘Package 1’, ‘Package 2’ etc), the un-signing process will now behave as expected and the package will be un-signed and re-named using the default name format.
In the following example, two packages have been created, ‘Package 1’ and ‘224 Certificate’:
The Territorial Authority select package ‘224 Certificate’ and un-sign it successfully
The system will make the current ‘224 Certificate’ historic and move the job to the Unassigned Work queue:
The TA user will then assign the work to themselves to edit the certificates inside the package or re-sign the newly named package
When they open the work to certify and re-sign it, the package will be displayed with the new name – in this example it is renamed ‘Package 2’. (The system looks for the next consecutive number in the TA Certification group using the default naming convention)