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Tiago Xavier
On 11/21/19, 11:16 AM

 We have two situations where this can occur.

1st - A new Genio's application was created and for some reason there were base tables that were not populated.

The way to check this is if you don't have the MEM table and PSW created in the tables and if you don't have any access level created by default either.

2nd - If this tables was deleted by mistake 

In that situation you can recreate the project again or the other option are recreate only the two missing tables as if it were another table.

You will need to ensure that you have the following fields in each of the tables:



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