Commit with errors not working with some deltas

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EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 11.6
OS: All Supported Platforms
Question/Problem Description

When a user chooses the option "Commit even with errors" in the Load Data Definitions dialog, this is supposed to load what parts of the .df it's operating on and undo the erroneous entries.

This functionality however does not work when the last entry in the .df encounters errors.  

"There have been errors encountered in the loading of this df and you have selected to commit the transaction anyway.

Are you sure you want to commit with missing information."
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error Message
Defect/Enhancement NumberDefect PSC00352851

The code in prodict/dump/_lodsddl.p sets 'do-commit' to true then, when the user is prompted with the following question and selects the "Yes" button, the 'xerror' variable is set to FALSE, which is supposed to indicate the user's choice, but is summarily ignored.

​If the final entry in the .df file is successfully loaded, the 'stopped' variable is successfully reset to false and the successfully assigned entries from the .df are applied.

The fix for this issue is expected to be in the upcoming release 11.7.1. As of 5/19/2017, release 11.7.1 is scheduled to be released in Q3 2017, although dates and content of the release are subject to change.
Last Modified Date5/19/2017 4:00 PM

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