st-set-field

Syntax

st-set-field Syntax:  [-h] [-v] [-Z] [-n] [-r] [-f] [-m] <in_file>*
st-set-field Syntax: 
st-set-field Syntax: Where:
st-set-field Syntax:  -h displays help then exits.
st-set-field Syntax:  -v causes verbose output (e.g. with -h).
st-set-field Syntax:  -Z causes a debugging level of verbosity
st-set-field Syntax:  -n show, but don't do the change.
st-set-field Syntax:  -r replace rather than append value
st-set-field Syntax:      (where that makes sense).
st-set-field Syntax:  -f forces a change, when heuristics would otherwise
st-set-field Syntax:       say it's unnecessary.
st-set-field Syntax:  -m send mail about the changes.
st-set-field Syntax:  <in_file> is a file containing records of the form:
st-set-field Syntax:      <serial_num> <field_name> <new_value> [<comment>]
st-set-field Syntax:    where <field_name> is one of
st-set-field Syntax:      "admin_cc", "advancement", "component",
st-set-field Syntax:      "cost_estimate", "department", "dependencies",
st-set-field Syntax:      "id_other", "importance", "keywords", "owner",
st-set-field Syntax:      "priority", "priority_class", "requestors",
st-set-field Syntax:      "responsible", "see_also", "service", "sponsors",
st-set-field Syntax:      "status", "subject", "subscription_code", "theme",
st-set-field Syntax:      "time_worked",
st-set-field Syntax:      "timing".
st-set-field Syntax:    Field separators of blanks or tabs are deduced by
st-set-field Syntax:    the presence/absence of tabs.
st-set-field Syntax:    <new_value> is the same as would be expected from a
st-set-field Syntax:    WWW form, as implemented via
st-set-field Syntax:      &st::support::convert::input_to_internal
st-set-field Syntax:    Blank lines and "#" comments are skipped.
st-set-field Syntax: 
st-set-field Syntax: Result:
st-set-field Syntax:   The specified fields are changed,
st-set-field Syntax:   with a transaction record,
st-set-field Syntax:   and without sending mail.
st-set-field Syntax: 
st-set-field Syntax:   By default, supplied values are appended
st-set-field Syntax:   to existing values, where that makes sense.
st-set-field Syntax: 
st-set-field Syntax: Notes:
st-set-field Syntax:   Beware of blank separated input data,
st-set-field Syntax:   as everything past the third field will
st-set-field Syntax:   be treated as a comment.
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Topic revision: r3 - 2016-04-14 - LawrenceFolland
 
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