Broken ASDL Expression For Parameter Tech.

(Doc ID 1331070.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 09, 2011

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version: 5.2.3 and later   [Release: 5.2 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


The conditional ASDL (TECH LIKE "NORTEL-DMS") is not working in ASAP 5.2.3. ASDL command is not spawning because the expression is returning false (0).

SARM diag


Created PL/SQL statement as follows : begin :retval :=SSP_save_unid(:unid_type,:unid); end;
>> 161652.834:32: LOW:ASC_ociparse :528 :control/libasc/ocilib.c
Successfully parsed PLSQL block cursor
>> 161652.858:32: LOW:ASC_cprpcexec() :1294:control/libasc/ctlib.c
RPC(SSP_save_unid) Complete in 25ms
>> 161652.858:32: LOW:Unid Mgr :564 :sarm/sarm/sarm/unid_mgr.c
Processing Request, UNIDs [1 thru 5]
>> 161652.858:15: LOW:Provision :1567:sarm/sarm/sarm/provision.c
Before checking index count, csdl->index_parm_cnt = 0
>> 161652.858:15: LOW:Get ASDL Params :2200:sarm/sarm/sarm/provision.c
A00000001-POTS-1: Processing Params for ASDL 'A-ADD_POTS_LINE'
>> 161652.858:15: LOW:NEIM ASDL :1670:sarm/sarm/sarm/provision.c
csdl->index_parm_cnt = 0, _cur_asdl_index = 1
>> 161652.858:15: LOW:Rule RANGE :1839:sarm/sarm/sarm/provision.c
Rule s_idx = 1, Rule e_idx = 9999, ASDL idx = 1
>> 161652.858:15: LOW:Valid ASDL :1868:sarm/sarm/sarm/provision.c
A00000001-POTS-1: Validating ASDL 'A-ADD_POTS_LINE' for CSDL C-ADD_POTS_LINE (1) 'A', '', '', 'TECH "NORTEL-DMS"', Rule idx = 0
>> 161652.859:15: LOW:Routing :858 :sarm/sarm/sarm/router.c
A00000001-POTS-1: Host [TORONTO] Found for MCLI [TOR_REM1] ASDL [A-ADD_POTS_LINE] Route [N]
>> 161652.859:15: LOW:Driver Ident :2038:sarm/sarm/sarm/nep_driver.c
NE TORONTO Found @ 00F84148
>> 161652.859:15: LOW:get_parameter_value :4284:sarm/sarm/sarm/provision.c
Get parm_value [NORTEL-DMS] for token [TECH].
>> 161652.859:15:SANE:Valid ASDL :1924:sarm/sarm/sarm/provision.c
Expression evaluated. include_flag : [-1]
>> 161652.859:15:SANE:Valid ASDL :1927:sarm/sarm/sarm/provision.c
csdl_asdl_return : [1], exp_return : [0], return exp : [1]

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