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Regenerate obsolete lists

If you perform all the troubleshooting steps and the system still does not display the most current version of your list, regenerate all the obsolete lists in the system. For a large system with numerous obsolete lists, this procedure may take a few minutes.

You can change the expiration date of a list to a date in the past prior to regenerating, in order to force regeneration.

Note: If the expiration date of your list has not passed, the list will not be flagged as obsolete, and therefore not regenerated.

Regenerate obsolete lists

  1. Type *aapm.server.initer in the command line.
    Running this application will force the system to regenerate all obsolete lists.
  2. Log off Service Manager, and then log back on.

Related concepts

Global lists
Troubleshooting: lister
Global initer considerations
Returning a list to your client
Configuring lists with Format Control

Related tasks

Access a list record
Bind a list to a form
Build lists on startup
Configure lists with Format Control
Determine if a scheduler record exists
Determine if the regen cycle is realistic
Determine when a list was last regenerated
Move a Global List to a client
Regenerate all lists
Start the server side component of the global initer
See a complete list of all the global lists on my system
Verify lister status and configuration
View changes to a list