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    Default Passengers <kuid-3:11061> in TRS19

    What is the best way to handle Passengers <kuid-3:11061> (obsolete, modified) in TRS19?


    I located and installed Passengers <kuid-3:11061> asset (modified, obsolete) into TRS19 and this seems to have taken care of the problem; everything seems fine after installing Passengers <kuid-3:11061> in the TRS19 install where its absence resulted in many faulty assets due to missing Passengers dependencies that should have been alleviated by obsolete tables for Passengers but was not for some reason (?).


    TRS19 CM lists over 200 dependents for modified, obsolete Passengers <kuid-3:11061> that are built-in, payware, modified and dls.

    The common connection appears to be Base asset Prod Passengers 2012 <kuid-25:1235> as all of these
    Passengers <kuid-3:11061> dependents list Prod Passengers 2012 <kuid-25:1235> in dependencies but not Passengers <kuid-3:11061> itself; Passengers <kuid-3:11061> is identified as an asset version of Prod Passengers 2012 <kuid-25:1235>.

    As it is a Base asset it has not been modified (that I am aware of) and numerous DBRs and several EDBRs have been performed since the beginning of June when this install was setup.


    I have read a few threads attempting to find as much about this here in the forums but would like to ask the question for clarification: what is the best way to deal with Passengers <kuid-3:11061> in TRS19?


    I have a backup .cdp of <kuid-3:11061> as it is almost certain that at some point while TRS19 CM database pruning and deleting non-essential obsolete assets that I will accidentally delete this as well.

    Thank you very much for any help with this.



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    Just curious as to where you even found <kuid-3:11061>. I have TRS2019 and TANE-SP3 installed but both list <kuid-3:11061> as "unknown", so it's not installed in either version or on the DLS.
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    I located <kuid-3:11061> using trainzkuidindex but subsequently realized it is built-in in TS2 Mac and would imagine it is built-in in TS12.
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    Quote Originally Posted by owsleyiii View Post
    I located <kuid-3:11061> using trainzkuidindex but subsequently realized it is built-in in TS2 Mac and would imagine it is built-in in TS12.
    That explains why it's not in any of the Trainz editions I have. Why don't N3V put all these basic dependencies on the DLS to preclude missing dependency issues? It seems to be the most common complaint about this program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinorius_Redundicus View Post
    Why don't N3V put all these basic dependencies on the DLS to preclude missing dependency issues?
    <kuid-3:11061> should not be a missing dependency because it is obsoleted by <kuid-25:1235> which is a base asset in TRS2019. For some reason the obsoleting is being ignored. This is something that can happen as assets are added and removed, but it usually sorts itself out quickly. For some reason it is becoming more common, and is persisting.

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    In that case they should fix the obsoleting system since it's one of the foundation stones of the game. Only N3V can do it.
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