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Cisco Bug: CSCus54053 - TES / job dependency, ignore if not in schedule still shows in client

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Nov 21, 2015

Products (13)

  • Cisco Workload Automation
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Oracle Database
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for VMware
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Scheduler 6.2
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Informatica
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for SAP
  • Cisco Tidal Agent for Windows
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for Microsoft SQL Server DB
  • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for FTP/SFTP/FTPS
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Known Affected Releases

6.2.1

Description (partial)

Symptom:
CM client shows job dependency which should be ignored when job is not in schedule

Conditions:
TES 6.2.1 client using the "ignore if not in schedule' option for job dependency.

1. If job has just one job dependency and it is not in schedule and dependency is set to ignore if not in schedule, dependency is still shown in cm as unmet and as n/a in java client.

2. If job has a job dependency that is not in schedule and dependency is set to ignore if not in schedule AND another dependency that is in schedule, the dependency that should be ignored is shown in CM as unmet and n/a in java client.

3. If job has a job dependency that is not in schedule and dependency is set to ignore if not in schedule AND another variable dependency, the dependency that should be ignored is NOT shown in CM and shown as n/a in java client.

job runs as expected, but this is a display issue that cause confusion.
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