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From Eddie Epstein <eaepst...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: AAE parameter value override
Date Wed, 17 Nov 2010 17:18:57 GMT
What happens if you run the full aggregate from some other tool, like the CVD?
Need to debug these things in a simpler scenario than using the CPM.

2010/11/17 Jérôme Rocheteau <jerome.rocheteau@univ-nantes.fr>:
> Hello,
>
> I would like to know a little more about the overrides of parameter values between
> Aggregate Analysis Engines and the fact that their embedded Flow Controllers could
> access to these values.
>
> I designed the following AE where every Analysis Engines (Primitive and Aggregate)
> have a String multivalued optional parameter called SofaNames. And this parameter
> value of AAE 1 (resp. AAE 2) overrides those of AE 1.1 ... AE1.m (resp AE 2.1 .. AE
> 2.n). Moreover, this parameter value of AAE 0 overrides those of AAE 1 and AAE 2. And
> this parameter value is given through the CAS Processor Configuration Parameter
> Settings of a Collection Processing Engine.
>
> * AAE 0
>  ** AAE 1
>    *** AE 1.1
>     ...
>    *** AE 1.m
>  ** AEE 2
>    *** AE 2.1
>    ...
>    *** AE 2.n
>
> The Flow Controller I use retrieves the SofaNames parameter value of the AAE. If it
> fails to retrieve such a value, it throws an exception.
>
> However, when I use AAE 1 only, no one exception is thrown whereas when I use the AAE
0
> neither the AAE 1 Flow Controller nor the AAE 2 one retrieve such a value.
>
> The CPE sets the AAE 0 's SofaNames parameter value correctly but neither the AAE 1
> nor AAE 2's SofaNames parameter value are set.
>
> I supposed that it should not be the case.
>
> Does anybody can explain why? If it is a kind of bug or if I am wrong and I miss
> something in the documentation.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Best,
> Jérôme
>

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