This seems to be midtier cache issue. Try hard cache flush on your midtier server. Follow below steps for hard cache flush:
1> Steps to clear the previous cache and temporary files for both
1> Mid-Tier & Tomcat -
a) Stop Tomcat (Jsp Engine) Service.
b) Clear out the contents of the 'work', 'temp' & 'logs' folders inside "....\...\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat X.X\"
c) Clear out the contents of the 'cache', 'cachetemp', 'attstore' and 'logs' folders present inside the Mid-Tier folder.
d) Delete 'viewStats.dat' and 'viewStats.dat.bak' from <Mid-Tier folder>\WEB-INF\Classes. (* If only Present, else ignore this step).
e) << Delet plugin server cache: The directory on my VM is: C:\Program Files\BMC Software\ARSystem\midtier\PluginsCache. Everything can be deleted, including sub folders>>
f) Delete midtier server %TEMP% folder file.
g) Start Tomcat (Jsp Engine) Service.
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looks like permission issue. Can you access BMC Core forms in midtier? e.g BMC.CORE:BMC_ComputerSystem .
You can try to create new record in this form and check if you can create new record. Do you have Asset Admin permissions as well ? Can you try with Asset Admin user?
May be new attribute has been added to Computer system class or in AST: Attribute form without having appropriate field permissions. You can check with your Remedy Administrator and confirm this.