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Syntax for Change Task Multiple Participants Selection xconfmanager

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dbailey-2
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Syntax for Change Task Multiple Participants Selection xconfmanager

Dear All

Looking for some advice on xconfmanager syntax

I am attempting to customise the participant list table as per the link below, I have added a Sub type to the Change task

The example in the support is

<Property name="wt.change2.changetask.MultipleParticipantsSelection" overridable="true" targetFile="codebase/wt.properties" value="custom.path.CustomSubChangeTask1,custom.path.CustomSubChangeTask2"/>

 

If the internal name for my new task is com.fortvale.DEALI assumed that to add the property the syntax should be

 

xconfmanager --add <Property name="wt.change2.changetask.MultipleParticipantsSelection" overridable="true" targetFile="codebase/wt.properties" value="com.fortvale.DEAL "/>

When run this command the error I get is "The syntax of the command is incorrect."

 

Could you please advise what the correct syntax

 

Searching in the wt.properties file I can not find an entry for the  property "wt.change2.changetask.MultipleParticipantsSelection", do I need to add this property first.

 

I am on Windchill 11.2.1.4

https://support.ptc.com/help/windchill/whc/whc_en/index.html#page/Windchill_Help_Center%2FChgMgmtPar...

 

Best Regards

David

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Re: Syntax for Change Task Multiple Participants Selection xconfmanager

Hi David,

 

Before you add another value check to see if one already exists using -d (describe). Issue this command in a Windchill shell

xconfmanager -d wt.change2.changetask.MultipleParticipantsSelection

 

If none already exists then set an initial value using -s (set) and -t (target)

 

xconfmanager -s wt.change2.changetask.MultipleParticipantsSelection=com.fortvale.DEAL -t codebase/wt.properties

 

then force propagation

 

xconfmanager -pf 

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Re: Syntax for Change Task Multiple Participants Selection xconfmanager

Hi David,

 

Before you add another value check to see if one already exists using -d (describe). Issue this command in a Windchill shell

xconfmanager -d wt.change2.changetask.MultipleParticipantsSelection

 

If none already exists then set an initial value using -s (set) and -t (target)

 

xconfmanager -s wt.change2.changetask.MultipleParticipantsSelection=com.fortvale.DEAL -t codebase/wt.properties

 

then force propagation

 

xconfmanager -pf 

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Re: Syntax for Change Task Multiple Participants Selection xconfmanager

Hi Rhart

 

Just to confirm once I have created the initial value, I then need to set the required value

 

Dave

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