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    VBondarchuk NNTP User

    Нow is it possible realize automatic renaming objects CLs


    How is it possible realize automatic renaming objects CLs creating in
    CMS NOC.

    Need to rename the objects to the template (elementName =
    element.property.Type + '-' + element.property.(MAX(ID)+1 for All
    objects this class )

    Is it possible?

    And the second question where I can find a description of standard
    procedures and functions formula script?

    Thanks,
    Volodymyr


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    tisenberg NNTP User

    Re: Нow is it possible realize automatic renaming objects CLs


    So after a CI is created, you want to rename it?

    There is an automation trigger for element (CI) created that you could
    use. IE: when an element is created, it calls your script and then you
    do the work. You would need to create a new element based on the
    original and then delete the other one, I'm not sure it is an actual
    "rename". In the database\scripts directory, there should be a file
    called scUtil.fs which might point you in the right direction. Also
    under one of the subdirectories there is an orgs.fs script which can
    help also.

    Lastly, per your other question, the script guide in the docs directory
    covers some of the basis (not creating elements). I suggest looking at
    those other scripts and then ask questions from there (or potentially
    get Consulting involved to assist you).


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