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(OO) Support Tip: Deploy Content Pack operation enhancements

Deploy Content Pack operation (HPE Solutions [1.9.0]\Library\Integrations\Hewlett-Packard\Operations Orchestration\10.x\Content Packs\Deploy Content Pack) is challenging to work with.

The following enhancements to the operation description have been requested:
1.  "An inexistent file path was provided" is a poor choice of error message text.  Customer requests message instead of "File does not exist”. Customer also requests that it would be even better if the error message indicated what file was trying to use.  The error message should be clearer and the deployed content pack should have the same name as the project.
2.  The operation is different from what is done either through the API or through the GUI.  Content packs get the name of the project they are derived from and being able to change this name is more likely to lead to trouble than benefit.
3.  “Location” is hardly ever used to describe both the location and name of an object.  “FilePathAndName” would be better.  Can a UNC be used as a "location" (is it OK to use a file share)?
4.  A canned working canned example would be very beneficial as it does not seem particularly obvious to the customer how this operation should work.

Enhancement QCCR8C32493 Deploy Content Pack operation description enhancement and canned working example has been submitted.

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