Commerce Server 2000
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Use this method to rename a model.


HRESULT IPredictorServiceSiteAdmin::RenameModel(
BSTR sOldModelName,
BSTR sNewModelName



[in] A BSTR that contains the old model name.


[in] A BSTR that contains the new model name.

Return Values

This method returns an HRESULT indicating whether or not it completed successfully. See the following Error Values section for more details.

Error Values

This method returns S_OK (0x00000000) to indicate success and standard COM HRESULT error values to indicate failure. For more information about standard COM errors, see Standard COM Errors. Additional information may be available using the global Err object, which can be accessed using the API function GetErrorInfo. In particular, the GetDescription method of the IErrorInfo interface may return a text description of the error.

The following standard COM error value has a particular meaning in the context of this method.


A model with the old name could not be found, or a model with the new name already exists.


When renaming a model, update any sites that load the model using the LoadModelFromDB method of the PredictorClient object.

The name change is made to the model entry in the PredictorModels table in the Data Warehouse.

Use the slModels property of the PredictorServiceAdmin object to retrieve a list of available models. Use the RenameModelConfig method to rename a model configuration.

Passing an empty string for either model name will result in an invalid argument error.

Connect to the Data Warehouse using the Init method before calling the RenameModel method. For more information about memory ownership issues related to COM property and method parameters, see Managing COM Parameter Memory.

See Also

PredictorClient Object

PredictorServiceAdmin Object

PredictorServiceSiteAdmin Object

PredModelBuilder Object

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