lsload SecClass not writing correct permissions?

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    I am trying to duplicate an existing security class within a profile/product line, but when the new class is imported, many of the rules are changed to "Conditional Rule Access..." instead of "Grant All Access" as the original rule is configured. Worse is that since there are no actual rules defined, all the conditionals give an XML error when you first open them up to modify.

    We issued these commands to export the old class and create the new one:

    lsdump -f buyer3.dmp SecClass MSMain Buyer2

    lsload SECCLASS buyer3.dmp -p MSMain -s (this then prompts for a new class name, which we set to Buyer3)

    Deborah Griffin
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      I have had that happen before. Sometimes (rarely) when you copy a class using the lsdump and lsload commands, the class doesn't appear correctly in the tool.

      Try clearing security cache after you do the copy and before you open the class.

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