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SRS Rules - Miscellaneous (Doc ID 1297159.1)

Last updated on JUNE 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Network Management for Utilities - DMS - Version 1.7.1.1 and later
Oracle Utilities Network Management System - Version 1.7.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

SRS Rules


 

The purpose of this page is to describe JMService rules that can be configured. For each rule, there are the following values to specify:

set_name
A name used to identify what set a rule should belong to. This value, along with the rule_name value, comprise the primary key for the srs_rules table. If not using the defaultRuleSet rule, then you should have at least one set of rules called "normal", as that is what set JMService will attempt to use in that case. If a set_name value is specified in a rule description, then no deviation should be made from that name in the configuration.
rule_num
An integer value, used in conjunction with set_name to comprise the primary key for the srs_rules table.
rule_active
This should be set to either 1 or 0. A value of 1 would indicate that the rule is actively in use in the rule set. Specifying a value of 0 is a way to deactivate a rule in a set without having to remove it from the population script.
incident_type
See each individual rule description for valid value for this column.
rule_name
A character string. The name of the rule itself.
rule_value_1
A character string. See each individual rule description for valid and default values, if applicable.
rule_value_2
An integer value. See each individual rule description for valid and default values, if applicable.
ncg_cls
Used in conjunction with the ncg_idx value to narrow the application of a rule to a specific control zone, if desired. Only a small subset of the rules are eligible to use these values -- see the individual rule descriptions. A value of 0 should be specified if a) ncg_cls and ncg_idx do not apply to a rule or b) it is desired to have the rule values apply to all control zones.
ncg_idx
Used in conjunction with the ncg_cls value to narrow the application of a rule to a specific control zone, if desired. Only a small subset of the rules are eligible to use these values -- see the individual rule descriptions. A value of 0 should be specified if a) ncg_cls and ncg_idx do not apply to a rule or b) it is desired to have the rule values apply to all control zones.
rule_value_integer_1
An integer value. See each individual rule description for valid and default values, if applicable.
rule_value_integer_2
An integer value. See each individual rule description for valid and default values, if applicable.
rule_value_integer_3
An integer value. See each individual rule description for valid and default values, if applicable.
rule_value_integer_4
An integer value. See each individual rule description for valid and default values, if applicable.
rule_value_integer_5
An integer value. See each individual rule description for valid and default values, if applicable.

Class-based rules

There are a number of rules (such as commonStopClass and openGroupThreshold) which can be specified for multiple device classes. rule_value_1 for these rules can either be the name of a device class or a special class combination using + to specify a class and all its descendants and - to omit a class.
Examples:

class1
Specifies class1
class1+
Specifies class1 and all its descendants
class1+,-class1
Specifies all the descendants of class1 but not class1 itself
class1,class2
Specifies class1 and class2. Identical to configuring two instances of the rule (one for class1 and one for class2).
class1+,-class2
Specifies class1 and all its descendants except class2
class1+,-class2+
Specifies class1 and all its descendants except class2 and class2's descendants

Rules By Function



Scope

This document is intended for NMS administrators

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