In my SPL program, there are around 15 getSubmissionTimeValue variables. But in Launch window I can see only 6 getSubmissionTimeValue variables to edit. WOuld like to know why can't I see all 15 getSubmissionTimeValue variables in Launch window. Could you please suggest me what changes to be done to find all getSubmissionTimeValues in Launch.
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Re: getSubmissionTimeValues in Launch window2013-03-19T15:52:14ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi Renu,
You are only prompted for the submission-time variables/values that are in the execution path (part of the main composite, or composite operators invoked from the main composite, etc). You may have operators that require submission time parameters, but if these operators are not invoked, then you will not be prompted for the submission-time values.
Re: getSubmissionTimeValues in Launch window2013-03-19T18:41:20ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Re: getSubmissionTimeValues in Launch window2013-03-19T18:56:27ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Is it possible to attach a sample SPL program where you are seeing this problem?
Also, what version of Streams Studio are you using?
Re: getSubmissionTimeValues in Launch window2013-03-20T12:39:43ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- SystemAdmin 110000D4XK
I could not able to find the solution to see all get submission variables in launch window to edit the values.
MrJose 270004TKWT56 Posts
Re: getSubmissionTimeValues in Launch window2013-03-21T20:54:57ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.I'm also surprised why its not being asked. Is there any other setting other than just giving
getSubmissionTimeValue ("flag", "true");
Re: getSubmissionTimeValues in Launch window2013-03-25T16:33:49ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Simply calling getSubmissionTimeValue to assign a composite formal variable does not establish a requirement for that value at run time.
The only submission time values that are needed and prompted for in the Launch window are those that are referenced within the composite (for example, to parameterize an operator or use in operator logic).
mendell 120000KPGC219 Posts
Re: getSubmissionTimeValues in Launch window2013-03-26T11:11:44ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- MrJose 270004TKWT
For your case, I expect that format:block; readPunctuations: true; could do what you was suggested.