[gold-users] Creating a Gold Custom Object

Scott Jackson scottmo at adaptivecomputing.com
Mon Aug 22 12:07:31 MDT 2011


I think you will need to use quotes. 



TestSchedule Create TestDate="2011-01-01" TestDescription=Testing 

Scott 

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From: "Quang Ho" <quang.ho at hp.com> 
To: gold-users at supercluster.org 
Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2011 12:18:52 AM 
Subject: [gold-users] Creating a Gold Custom Object 




Hi, 

I tried to create a custom object as below via goldsh 



Object Create Name=TestSchedule Description=”Test Schedule” 

Attribute Create Object =TestSchedule Name=TestDate DataType=TimeStamp 

Attribute Create Object =TestSchedule Name=TestDescription DataType=String 



Action Create Object=TestSchedule Name=Create Display=True Description Create 

Action Create Object=TestSchedule Name=Query Display=True Description Query 



When I tried to populate data into it, 

TestSchedule Create TestDate=2011-01-01 TestDescription=Testing 



It came back with: 

TestDate TestDescription 

----------- ------------------- 

2011 Testing 

Successfully created 1 TestSchedule 



The problem is it does not record a full date in database, it only stores the year in the TestDate field. 



To check the usage 



<Request action="Create"> 

<Object>TestSchedule</Object> 

[<Set name="TestDate" [op="Assign (Assign)"]>YYYY-MM-DD[ hh:mm:ss]|-infinity|infinity|now</Set>] 

….. 

[<Option name="ShowHidden">True|False (False)</Option>] 

[<Option name="ShowUsage">True|False (False)</Option>] 

</Request> 



Not sure what I did wrong. 

Thanks in advance. 






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