When you create a SQL SmartObject association type One to Many, it is incorrectly created as Many to One. When you edit the association and update the SmartObject from K2 Management, a duplicate association is created.
- Ensure you have K2 Five (5.3) installed.
- Download the K2 Five (5.3) FP14 from K2 Partner and Customer Portal.
- Install the K2 Five (5.3) FP14 to apply the fix.
- It is recommended to refresh the browser cache.
This fix will not work for existing incorrect SmartObject associations. For existing SmartObjects already created with the incorrect association type, you need to manually edit the association type in K2 Designer.