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Cisco Bug: CSCuj56076 - able to modify the job events while job executiion

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Dec 23, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco Workload Automation

Known Affected Releases

6.1.0

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Currently as per the product design we are able to modify the job events while running the job.
The changes could not get effect in already scheduled /running jobs.

Conditions:
Currently as per the product design we are able to modify the job events while running the job.

In Definitions/Jobs alter a jobs events, it will immediately impact all versions of the job already in 
the schedule. If this is by design - which it seems as events are controlled by the master and not the cache data. -

Please have consider to change this behavior 

Reproducing steps :

Simple Job has created.
Events has created to increment the variables ( two events : one is to increment 10 and other one is to increment 2)
Job has inserted into schedule.
Job has completed normally and checked the variable's status 10 now( initially variables 0 and event has created to increment 10) so job running fine.

but the issue is while running the job ( job has inserted and running ) if we modify the event like to increment 10 to 2 then Its taking the changes then the result incrementing the variable 2 ( now the variables are 12 ).

the changes could not get effect in already scheduled /running jobs.
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