EM 12.1.0.4: Emctl Partool Export parameter-metadataOnly Also Exports The Directives

(Doc ID 1988483.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager Base Platform - Version 12.1.0.4.0 to 12.1.0.5.0 [Release 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.1.0.3.0 version, Provisioning Framework

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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While trying to export a Deployment Procedure emctl used the -metadataOnly flag to export only the meta data.

$ $ORACLE_HOME/bin/emctl partool export -guid 0430A813846417D5E05328D8E90A5BF6 -file /tmp/maintainUserMappingsInOID.par -displayName "User exported DP" -description "UserMappings" -metadataOnly

OUTPUT>  adding: META-INF/par.xml (deflated 42%)
OUTPUT>  adding: procedures/procedure_001.xml (deflated 76%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/binaries/ED75EFCBDF3D6EC9E04328D8E90A3327_0.8_certificates.tgz (deflated 0%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/binaries/ED75EFCBDF956EC9E04328D8E90A3327_0.7_removeCertificateModule.pl (deflated 64%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/binaries/ED75EFCBDF916EC9E04328D8E90A3327_0.8_transferCertificateModule.pl (deflated 65%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/binaries/032DF2C36D0F0513E05328D8E90A165D_0.7_maintainUserMappingsInOID.pl (deflated 72%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/documents/properties032DF2C36D0F0513E05328D8E90A165D_0.7 (deflated 77%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/documents/dictionaryED75EFCBDF956EC9E04328D8E90A3327_0.7 (deflated 77%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/documents/dictionaryED75EFCBDF3D6EC9E04328D8E90A3327_0.8 (deflated 18%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/documents/dictionaryED75EFCBDF916EC9E04328D8E90A3327_0.8 (deflated 77%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/documents/propertiesED75EFCBDF956EC9E04328D8E90A3327_0.7 (deflated 71%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/documents/propertiesED75EFCBDF916EC9E04328D8E90A3327_0.8 (deflated 71%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/documents/propertiesED75EFCBDF3D6EC9E04328D8E90A3327_0.8 (deflated 7%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/documents/dictionary032DF2C36D0F0513E05328D8E90A165D_0.7 (deflated 80%)
OUTPUT>  adding: swlib/swlib.xml (deflated 86%)

$ ls -ltr /tmp/maintainUserMappingsInOID.par

Cause

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