Tuxedo Command: dmunloadcf Should Generate LTPNAME="*" On DM_SNASTACKS
(Doc ID 1515728.1)
Last updated on MAY 19, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Tuxedo - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later
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dmunloadcf generates LTPNAME=* on Tuxedo 220.127.116.11, where it should generate directly LTPNAME="*" so a user can dump and compile a dm file without editing it.
To reproduce this issue, follow the step by step here after:
- create domain configuration file(domconfig) where you specified LTPNAME="*"
- to generate the binary configuration: dmloadcf -y dmconfig
- to generate domain configuration file via dmunloadcf (dmconfig2), run: dmunloadcf > dmconfig2
- run dmloadcf command against the dmconfig file generated at previous step: dmloadcf -y dmconfig2
Then you would get error like:
CMDGW_CAT:1545: ERROR: dmloadcf: Severe error found. Stop syntax checking.
It should print "*" instead of *
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