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Common tasks using the IPSA OIM (Doc ID 1508887.1)

Last updated on MAY 30, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications IP Service Activator - Version 5.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The command line interface into IPSA is known as the OIM (OSS Integration Manager). The OIM server process handles connections from upstream applications using the java API (OJDL) as well as other modules like the Topology exporter for example. It also supports a command line interface from a client which is available in the <IPSA HOME>/bin directory of any IPSA server

Warning: the OIM has limited validation compared to the UI, only experienced users should perform operations that will result in modification of the system

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 How do I login to the OIM CLI?
 What kind of operations can I do?
 Search examples
 Output search results to a file
 Viewing object attributes
 Linking and unlinking objects
 Modifying objects
 Creating objects
 Deleting objects
 Do you need to know the object id of any object before you work with it?
 Using paths to objects
 Finding and setting paths
 Browsing the object model
 Can we group commands and run them as a script?
 OIM script file example
 Running the OIM script
 Redirecting the output of the script to a file
 Can we make the scripts more advanced, for example using recursion?
 Can transactions be rolled back as you do in the UI?
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