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From Phillip Rhodes <spamsu...@rhoderunner.com>
Subject anon user always a party weirdness
Date Fri, 03 Oct 2008 21:08:25 GMT
Just figured out more...  I recompiled ofbiz with some additional  
debugging statements in ContactMechServices.java

The problem is that for every transaction (even if I close my browser  
between sessions), ofbiz is passing a valid account as the login in  
the context, even though I am anonymous (and have never authenticated  
as this person).

GenericValue userLogin = (GenericValue) context.get("userLogin");
String userloginpartyid = userLogin.getString("partyId");    <--  This  
prints out to a userid of a party that never never never logged on as.

There are 17k records in the visit table.  I am thinking that perhaps  
this table is corrupt.  If I switch my ofbiz install to a different  
database, everything is fine, so I believe it is a data issue.

Here is the error that I am trying to fix.  At this point, I am going  
to nuke the visit table and see if that fixes my problem.  Any other  
thoughts appreciated.

ERROR: Could not complete the Create or Update Customer Info [file:/ 
process [problem invoking the [createPartyTelecomNumber] service with  
the map named [homePhoneMap] containing [{locale=en_US, partyId=10741,  
extension=null, areaCode=363, userLogin=[GenericEntity:UserLogin] 
[createdStamp,2007-10-11 22:25:15.0(java.sql.Timestamp)] 
[createdTxStamp,2007-10-11 22:25:11.0(java.sql.Timestamp)] 
2008-05-02 19:24:47.0(java.sql.Timestamp)][lastUpdatedTxStamp, 
2008-05-02 19:24:47.0(java.sql.Timestamp)][partyId, 
[userLoginId,anonymous(java.lang.String)], allowSolicitation=null,  
contactNumber=3378, contactMechPurposeTypeId=PHONE_HOME,  
countryCode=412}]: Problems with the transaction. (The current  
transaction is marked for rollback, not beginning a new transaction  
and aborting current operation; the rollbackOnly was caused by:  
Service Error [createPartyContactMechPurpose]: You do not have  
permission to perform this operation for this party.)]

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