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  • 09/09/2020
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merge-states

Merge problem states from a result into problem states in another copy of the same result.

Syntax

-merge-states
<PATH>
Arguments
The path for the merge-from result directory.
Default
Problem state values from the specified result directory are merged into state values in the most recently created result directory of the same type.
Description
When an analysis returns a large number of problems, you can create multiple copies of the same result to divide up the work of investigating and resolving problems. Then you can use the
merge-states
action to merge problem states from one copy of the result to another. When merging problem states on your system, state data from the specified result is merged into the most recent result of the same type in your current working directory, unless the
merge-to
result directory is specified by the
result-dir
option.
Problem states are merged according to these rules:
  • New
    in the merge-from result is ignored; state value in the merge-to result is retained.
  • Not Fixed
    in the merge-from result is ignored; state value in the merge-to result is retained.
  • Regression
    in the merge-from result is propagated unless the state value in the merge-to result is
    Not a Problem
    ,
    Deferred
    ,
    Confirmed
    or
    Fixed.
  • Not a Problem
    in the merge-from result is propagated unless the state value in the merge-to result is
    Deferred
    ,
    Confirmed
    or
    Fixed
    .
  • Deferred
    in the merge-from result is propagated unless the state value in the merge-to result is
    Confirmed
    or
    Fixed
    .
  • Confirmed
    in the merge-from result is propagated unless the state value in the merge-to result is
    Fixed.
Merge problem state values from the
merge-from-result
result directory into state values in the most recent result of the same type.
$ inspxe-cl -merge-states J:\myDirectory\merge-from-result
In this example, problem state data from the
merge-from-result
result directory is merged into state data in the result in the
merge-to-result
directory, as specified by the
result-dir
option.
$ inspxe-cl -merge-states J:\myDirectory\merge-from-result -result-dir ./merge-to-result

Product and Performance Information

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