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error in Executing "Start Virtual Machine Create" operation in OO workflow

Hi

 

Im trying to use "Start Virtual Machine Create"  in the path /Integrations/HP/SA/Virtualization in one of my flow.

 

 One of the input variable used is "coreVersion - The version of SA to use"  where it is taking the value from Selection list  "SAS Version". Im using SA version 9.13 and the only values available in this list are "sas6|sas7|sas75|sas78".

when im executing the flow with one of the value say "sas75" im getting an error

"; nested exception is:
 org.xml.sax.SAXException: Invalid element in com.opsware.sas75.job.JobInfoVO - groupId".

The OO version is 9.0.

 

Do anyone know how to resolve this?"

 

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Re: error in Executing "Start Virtual Machine Create" operation in OO workflow

Hello,

 

You will need to download and install the latest SA content from the "Partner Developed Content" of the HP Live Network.

 

You can find all the Partner Developed Content for OO under:

 

https://hpln.hp.com/node/21/otherfiles/?dir=1446

 

The latest (SA/OO 9.00.07) SA content for OO can be found at:

 

https://hpln.hp.com/node/149/contentfiles/?dir=9712

 

It is an accumulative content pack, so you only need to install the latest one.

 

Please note this is different to the 9.00.07 OO content pack, although the procedure to install it is the same.

 

WARNING: Please read the Release Notes prior to installing to confirm you meet all the pre-requisites.

 

HTH.

 

Kind regards,

 

George.

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