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DCO - Impact of Changing a Genome's Model Name

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DCO - Impact of Changing a Genome's Model Name

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Lai Yuan Jiun on 2018-01-17


In DCO, Is there any impact if we change a genome’s “Model name”?

E.g. Change "Rack PDU 2G, Switched, ZeroU, 32A, 230V, (21) C13 &(3) C19(AP8953)" to “AP8953”.   Reason for doing this is for ease of reading and populating the loading excel template for loading. 

Will there be issues if there is a software or genome list update where the list of genomes is refreshed, causing invalid genomes model names errors or something similar?

(CID:128063560)


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Re: DCO - Impact of Changing a Genome's Model Name

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-01-17


Hi Lai Yuan,

It's okay to change the model name, in our latest tests we have tried changing few model names (in Genomes) and applying the latest patch without any problem. Furthermore, you are also editing the local Genomes, so nothing should be effected there.

Kind regards

(CID:128063597)

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Re: DCO - Impact of Changing a Genome's Model Name

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Gianluca Bertuletti on 2018-01-17


Hi

as i know, you are going to modify your "Personal Genome"

you cannot modify the "Dco Genome", the one that you can upgrade every month.

 

in your "Personal Genome" you can modify all

 

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Re: DCO - Impact of Changing a Genome's Model Name

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-01-17


Hi Lai Yuan,

It's okay to change the model name, in our latest tests we have tried changing few model names (in Genomes) and applying the latest patch without any problem. Furthermore, you are also editing the local Genomes, so nothing should be effected there.

Kind regards

(CID:128063597)

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