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Missing parameters for job starts via the Operations Console
Job starts via the Operations Console behave differently than via the DataStage Director Client. While all parameters for a parameter set are displayed and can be changed in the Director, this is unfortunately not the case in the Operations Console, when selecting a parameter set for the job start.
If a parameter set is selected in the Operations Console at the start of a job, only those parameters are displayed for which a value has been predefined. Parameters for which no value has been predefined are missing.
After a parameter set has been selected, you can go back to "As predefined" or you can click on the button "Set to default value", in which case all default parameters are displayed, but they no longer contain the parameter values of a previously selected parameter set.
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