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How to list and change the default volume assigned to groups?

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Hello Folks,

 

Our volume has been changed and I have to change the default volume assigned to groups.

 

How can I do this in a single shot, Kindly help in this activity.

 

Regards,

Rathore.

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: How to list and change the default volume assigned to groups?

You will have to do this for each group individually in the organization perspective.

Another option is to use the volume management perspective and the volume monitor view, where you can list all volumes of a FSC and all groups using the individual volume. You can then change the volume when selecting the group.

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Re: How to list and change the default volume assigned to groups?

not recommended but

you can do it using SQL update

Re: How to list and change the default volume assigned to groups?

Great Thanks all gentleman,

 

I have figured out one more way. Please review that can we take this as feasible solution?

 

1)      Export all groups from TC.

 

               Use “plmxml_export” utilities for export all groups from Tc.

 

              Example: - “$TC_ROOT\bin>plmxml_export -u=infodba -p=infodba -g=dba -xml_file=D: \xyz.xml -class=Group”

 

 

  2)  How to change the default volume of those all groups in TC.

 

We have to use “-transfermode” in between above example command for export xml file with all content group attributes.

 

Regards,

Rathore

Re: How to list and change the default volume assigned to groups?

You can use the make_user utility to change the default volume of a group. This would be much easier than your PLMXML suggestion I think.

Re: How to list and change the default volume assigned to groups?

agree for make_user utility, very easy to manipulate for users bulk update..