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Hmm, we obviously can fix the NPE by checking for the current row not being null, but I guess the LOV then wouldn't work either.
Why do you want to use "Disconnect Application Module Upon Release"? It is very unusual to use this setting.
I was using Disconnect Application Module Upon Release to overcome an issue I had with multiple duplicated rows being generated in a table under certain circumstances.
What I had is a button which reads the rows of a table and creates new rows in another table (other viewobject) which have a foreign key to the rows of the first table.
If I issue multiple requests on the first table (5rows) by clicking different rows very fast and at the same time I press the button to create new rows to the second table the results are undefined. Instead of getting 5 new rows I get 10 or even 15 or 20. I don't know if this is a bug or if I am doing something wrong but I managed to overcome this by using the Entity RowSet instead of the ViewObject RowSet.
so now I am not using Disconnect Application Module Upon Release any more.
Edited by: spooker on Jun 3, 2013 7:38 AM
OK, so we can close this issue then?