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Atlas UI doesn't load the properties of entity.

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I'm using:project.version:1.1.0 build.version:1.1.0

I created 2 types: o_table and o_column and referenced entities with help of RestAPI. The table has an attribute column - array of o_column.

Check the sources: example-types.json column-entity.json table.json

Now when I try to open table properties UI doesn't show it(Infinite loading), while showing properties for any column works fine.
In the console of the browser, I found out the js error. Check the screenshots:
When I remove that "position" form js script everything works fine and I can see the properties of the entity table.
My question is: Is it related to how I defined the entities or is it a bug in Atlas UI?

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Re: Atlas UI doesn't load the properties of entity.

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More details here: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ATLAS-1521

In short, if your entity has attribute column then Atlas UI expects that it should have an attribute "position". The easy fix doesn't: use this "attribute" name. It might be fixed in later versions but I don't have such choice.

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Re: Atlas UI doesn't load the properties of entity.

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Looks like it is a similar issue https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ATLAS-1536
Found it in issue tracker.

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Re: Atlas UI doesn't load the properties of entity.

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More details here: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ATLAS-1521

In short, if your entity has attribute column then Atlas UI expects that it should have an attribute "position". The easy fix doesn't: use this "attribute" name. It might be fixed in later versions but I don't have such choice.

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