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File event in pending-raised status

Hi,

I created a file event and when the file arrived in the directory, the event definition stayed in an ambigus status : pending raised.

All incoming files created an event in pending status.

How can an event have both pending and raised status ?

Clement.

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2009 at 11:42 AM

    Hi Clement,

    This can be correct, that you see multiple events in the event monitor that are pending (to be) raised. This normally means that the event belonging to the same EventDefinition is still raised, it has to be cleared again before new (file) events are picked up.

    You can automatically clear an event using the corresponding check box for this event on the WaitEvents tab of the JobDefinition/JobChain that waits for this particular event.

    If you have that checked, then there may be no job submitted to pick up the event. Either you can use auto submit (also on the event on the WaitEvents tab) to have CPS submit jobs automatically as soon as events occur, or you need to submit the job with a submit frame or recurrence, so that it regularly starts waiting for files.

    Finally, if you do have the automatic submit as well as the clear flag set, then there may be a reason that CPS cannot submit the job (for instance when it has a required parameter that has no default value). Then there should be operator messages indicating what the problem is.

    Regards,

    Anton.

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