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nbstl SLPNAME -modify_version -version N - error 144 - attempt to modify fixed values of existing version

Created: 26 Sep 2013 • Updated: 28 Sep 2013 | 2 comments
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Hi,

I'm tryring to reduce the number of stages in an old SLP version from 3 to 2.

$ nbstl SLPNAME -l -version 5
SLPNAME *NULL* 0 0x0 5
0 stu1 *NULL* *NULL* 0 3 *NULL* 0 0x2 0 0 1
    3 *Remote*Master* *NULL* *NULL* 0 1 *NULL* 0 0x0 1 0 2
    1 stu2 Monthly-Fulls *ANY* 0 10 *NULL* 1 0x0 1 0 3
 
$ nbstl SLPNAME -modify_version -version 5 -source 0,1 -uf 0,1 -residence stu1,stu2
Exit status: 144(invalid command usage) - attempt to modify fixed values of existing version

Do I have to specify every command line option that references the indexed tasks ?

Thanks.

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Mark_Solutions's picture

Some values of an old SLP cannot be modified - and there is no way around it apparently (casued me a real issue on one site!!)

I believe the -uf values cannot be changed in a non current version

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