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Cisco Bug: CSCum37652 - TES 6.1 / Enabling a thousand jobs at once does not insert all

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Jan 26, 2017

Products (18)

  • Cisco Workload Automation
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Web Services
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Oracle Database
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for VMware
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for SAS
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Informatica
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Cognos
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for SAP
  • Cisco Tidal Agent for OVMS
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Known Affected Releases

6.1.0

Description (partial)

Symptom:
When enabling a large number of jobs at once (over 900), the amount of jobs that get inserted into the date provided depends on the amount of time the user waits before pressing "okay" at the screen asking for a date to compile and implement the change for the job.

Conditions:
6.1.0.425 plugin and master

Also seen by customer in 6.1.0.391 of master

Recreate:
1. Create a group with a daily calendar, and disable the group
2. Create around 900-1000 children (easiest way to do this is to highlight all children, then right click and choose copy, over and over. Only takes 10 or so times). (I was unable to recreate this issue with only 500 jobs).
3. The parent and the children should all be disabled.
4. Look at the Scheduled count for a future day's schedule
5. Right click the parent iwth 1000 children, enable, then choose to apply to all children to enable them all
6. As soon as you can, choose the future date chosen in step 4 and click okay (the sooner the OK button is pressed, the more jobs will be missing from the schedule)
7. Check the count of the scheduled jobs for that date. Verify that it is not the number of children plus the original count.

In my recreate I went from 25 scheduled jobs to 34 (instead of 954+25). Recompiling the schedule for that day raised it to 977. As far as myself and the customer can tell, manually recompiling the schedule fixes the issue.
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