Last updated on JULY 17, 2014
Applies to:Oracle Communications Network Integrity - Version 7.2.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When building a TL1 Discovery cartridge for Network Integrity, it is necessary to first design the TL1 request and response objects in the Design Studio Data Schema view (giving the Request objects the same name as the command to be run), and then to build an XML command document using an ant script provided with the base TL1 cartridge.
If one of the commands ends with a number (e.g. RTRV-OC12 or RTRV-T3), the number is cut off in the command document. If there are multiple similar command (e.g. RTRV-OC12, RTRV-OC3, RTRV-OC48), this will cause a run-time error when the command document is loaded in the cartridge code, where the command document is deemed invalid as there are multiple command with the same name (i.e. RTRV-OC12, RTRV-OC3, RTRV-OC48 would all be named RTRV-OC).
Does a workaround exist to deal with this shortcoming?
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