Donna, > I remember Steve Chizwell telling us on March 5th (I think it was then) > that the pqinsert program completes (regardless of actual result) and > returns 0 but there is supposed to be a result flag to look for. > > Do I remember that correctly? > Smith, Matt wrote: > > That's a good point Justin. Gerry, can you ping Unidata about that bug? You want the "pqinsert" program to return a non-zero exit status if a data-product that it was to insert into the product-queue is already in the product-queue. Is that correct? What should it return if it's invoked to insert multiple files, only one of which is already in the product-queue? Would it help to think of the "pqinsert" program as idempotent? That is to say, if it returns with a success status, then the file is guaranteed to be in the product-queue. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: DMB-963596 Department: Support IDD SCOOP Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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