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SAI Editor Question on new applications/Publishers

I've always had this question. Its proabbly quite the corner case but i was curious of the answer.

I know you can't have duplicate application names or publisher names in an SAI file as you get an error when trying to create an entry in a different SAI if it already exists in another sai. However, say I create a new publisher or application that is not in the master.sai or any other SAI, but later due to updates and knowledge packs from HP, the publisher/appliaction is later added to the master sai, what happens? Is there a conflict? which entry trumps the other?

 

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Re: SAI Editor Question on new applications/Publishers

Hello

If that were the case, where 1 application matches 2 rules, the one that matches the most, would be the one that is chosen.

Let say for example, you teach word by just adding the word.exe file, and there is another rule that has word.exe + additional files then the second one would be the chosen one in that case

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Re: SAI Editor Question on new applications/Publishers

Correct I understand that in terms of recognition, but in my proposed case, there would be two applications or publishers with the exact same name... Would this create a conflict in the xml schema or whatever is behind the SAI structure?

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