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Cisco Bug: CSCuo00845 - Cannot modify job group if Adapter connection and job has file dependent

Last Modified

Nov 27, 2020

Products (14)

  • Cisco Workload Automation
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Web Services
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Oracle Database
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Informatica
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Cognos
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for SAP
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for JMS
  • Cisco Tidal Agent for Windows
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Microsoft SQL Server DB
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Known Affected Releases

5.3.1

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Cannot modify a job group that has an Adapter connection after adding a Windows or UNIX job that has a file dependency with option "Inherit Agent From Job".

Conditions:
The job group was created with an Adapter connection and a Windows or UNIX job is added with a file dependency that inherit the Agent from the job.  After adding the job with a file dependency the job group cannot be modified due to pop-up error message.

Steps to reproduce:
1. Create Job Group with an Adapter connection
2. Create a Windows or UNIX job with a file dependency and select the option "Inherit Agent From Job".
3 Edit the job group and click OK
4. Note the pop-up error message and unable to save changes to job group:

This job as direct or indirect file dependencies which inherit it's agent from the job.
The agent specified is invalid for file dependencies.
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