Disabling WarningOfflineMaintenanceMode Still Warns Users When NP In Fileinterface Mode
Last updated on AUGUST 13, 2013
Applies to:Oracle Communications IP Service Activator - Version: 5.2.4
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When a device object is put into Offline Maintenance mode in the GUI, or the Network Processor is running with -FileInterface enabled, any IP Service Activator generated configuration commands intended for that device are not actually sent to the device. A warning is issued for each affected concrete:
Message 3311: Changes to configuration were attempted while the device was in Offline Maintenance mode; some configuration has not been applied to the device.
It is possible to use the parameter warnInOfflineMaintenanceMode in the Network Processor
default.properties file to display or disable this warning message.
The default.properties file is in:
Under certain circumstances the warning messages are still displayed even if you disable the warning using the setting above. The scenario is as follows, set the parameter in the NP file as:
warnInOfflineMaintenanceMode = false
Start the NP in file interface mode with this option in the command line parameter in the cman.cfg:
Next use the ComponentParameters utility to disable the operational mode:
ComponentParameters -ComponentName <proxy name> -set FileInterface disabled
Taking a device in GUI, which is online, switch to offline maintenance mode by right clicking on the device. Push config and notice that a warning message appears in faults pane of the GUI despite the warn parameter being set to false.
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