2015-04-28 04:16 PM
I have requirement wherein I need to create a loop within a loop and WFA repeat option doesn't seem feasible (or I can't figure it out).
1. Create a few aggregates and for every aggregate create a set of volumes.
2. For every volume, create a set of qtrees.
To further illustration the eg.
Vol01 - qtree01,qtree02,qtree03
Vol02 - qtree04,qtree04,qtree05
2015-04-29 04:23 AM - edited 2015-04-29 04:24 AM
This is totally possible in WFA. You can do it this way:
2015-04-29 11:44 AM
Thanks for the tip. I tried this but it isn't working for me.
There is probably something wrong in my finder criteria since the qtree portion of the code isn't executing at all.
Please see the attachments and guide me if I missed anything.
Thanks again for your help.
2015-05-01 06:00 AM - edited 2015-05-01 06:01 AM
@ There is probably something wrong in my finder criteria since the qtree portion of the code isn't executing at all.
No Create Qtree execution means no looping which means no results retured by your finder. Check that.
I would like to tell you that this method will create one qtree per volume.