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From Erik Fäßler <erik.faess...@uni-jena.de>
Subject Re: DUCC and CAS Consumers
Date Tue, 17 Apr 2018 08:32:13 GMT

yes, you are right, my CM is included in the (A)AE.
So it would work as expected when specifying the CM on its own? I will try that.
Thank you for your help and patience!


> On 16. Apr 2018, at 20:00, Eddie Epstein <eaepstein@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Are you specifying to DUCC all three component descriptors: CM, AE and CC?
> I'm guessing not, but rather your CM is included in the AAE aggregate given
> to DUCC as the AE_Descriptor.  Can you confirm?
> Eddie
> On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 8:21 AM, Erik Fäßler <erik.faessler@uni-jena.de>
> wrote:
>> Hi Eddie, thanks for the reply!
>> I did indeed create a CR and a CM where the CR only sends file references
>> which are then processed by the CM into new CASes.
>> You wrote
>>> The initial CAS created by the driver normally does not flow into the
>>> AE, but typically does flow to the CC after all child CASes from the CM
>>> have been processed to trigger the CC to finalize the collection.
>> I did observe exactly that. But it also seems that the new CASes, output
>> by the CM, do not flow to the CC. They stay in their AAE.
>> I ran the same setup twice where
>> 1. in one run, the CC is part of the AAE and the DUCC CC is left blank
>> 2. in the second run, the CC is provided as a DUCC CC and not contained in
>> the AAE
>> In the first scenario, the CM-created CASes are passed to the CC and
>> written to file. In the second, only one single file is written, only
>> containing the artifact reference that was meant for the CM.
>> Does that mean that when using a CM you should not specify a CC and that
>> the a CM can only be used in an AAE where all downstream components are
>> also included in the same AAE?
>> Best,
>> Erik

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