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20150708: Question about LDM pattern-action file processing (cont.)

Hi Carol,

re: run 'ldmadmin pqactcheck' to check for gross pattern-action file errors
>I checked this and the pqact doesn't have errors, so this isn't the 

OK, it is good to know that you know about 'ldmadmin' pattern-action
file checking!

re: the extended regular expression (EREX) specified in the action that is
not running does not match the Product ID for the product that
is wanted to be processed

>What does this mean? You aren't accessing the correct action in the 
>first instance?

What I mean is that the pattern portion of a pattern-action file
entry does not match the Product ID for the product desired to
be processed.

re: there is an error in the script that is being run as the second

>I'm thinking this is the most likely issue. I would assume that the 
>scripts and all of the files that are being accessed would need to be 
>owned by ldm in order for the script to work properly?

No, but they would need to be executable by the user 'ldm'.

re: use address@hidden to pose LDM inquiries

>OK will do!

Thanks!  I you can't remember the 'support-<package>' syntax for
the topic you want to ask a question about (e.g., support-ldm,
support-idd, support-mcidas, etc.), simply send the inquiry to
address@hidden and it will be driven into our inquiry
tracking system by one of us (almost always me :-).


You didn't send the pattern-action file or the script that you
want to run.  If you send these as attachments to a reply, I will
take a look to see if anything jumps out at me.


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