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New 1.1.1 weekly integration build available [message #632691] Wed, 13 October 2010 22:04 Go to next message
Stefan Edlund is currently offline Stefan EdlundFriend
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The fix for inoculator not invoked by triggers (327340) is part of this

http://www.eclipse.org/stem/downloads.php

Regards,
/ Stefan
Re: New 1.1.1 weekly integration build available [message #633917 is a reply to message #632691] Tue, 19 October 2010 20:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Traci Arthur-Hartranft is currently offline Traci Arthur-HartranftFriend
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Stefan - We've been using the new build with the Inoculator Trigger fix. It definitely responds now to the Inoculator Modifier, but it always seems to trigger the action about 3 days after the time we are specifying via the Elapsed Time Test.

I've tried it out in terms of inoculating both percents and absolute numbers, as well as varying the elapsed time period, and it repeatedly happens.

Say we specify an ElapsedTimeTest of 2 days, the movement into the R bin due to the Inoculator Modifier doesn't show up until day 5. If we specify 10 days, it's seen on Day 13.

Is this something correct and inherent in the Inoculator concept that we just don't understand on our end or is it a remaining bug of some kind?

When we don't use any Triggers/Modifiers/Predicates, the Inoculation effect is applied on Iteration 1 as expected.

I have an exported project file I can send you or attach to the previous bug if you'd like.

Thanks - Traci
Re: New 1.1.1 weekly integration build available [message #633943 is a reply to message #632691] Wed, 20 October 2010 00:14 Go to previous message
Stefan Edlund is currently offline Stefan EdlundFriend
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Hi,

some arithmetics was wrong, plus a condition using > instead of >=.

This has been fixed, will be up on the web site shortly after the next integration build is done.

So to be clear, if you specify an elapsed time test of say 15 days, you will see the results show up on day 16.

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