VS_KEY in Tbl_Resource_Pool Configuration (Doc ID 1909166.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 07, 2014

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version 4.7.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

We found in the resource_pool.ins file, for inserting data into tbl_resource_pool, that all the NE’s last parameters are passed as a 0 as shown below for LDAP.

exec :retval := SSP_new_resource ( 'PROD', 'LDAP_P', 'dev01_LDAP', 'W', 0);
exec :retval := SSP_new_resource ( 'PROD', 'LDAP_P', 'dev02_LDAP', 'W', 0);
exec :retval := SSP_new_resource ( 'PROD', 'LDAP_P', 'dev03_LDAP', 'W', 0);
exec :retval := SSP_new_resource ( 'PROD', 'LDAP_P', 'dev04_LDAP', 'W', 0);

However only for OPENET, it is showing 1 from second port onward.

exec :retval := SSP_new_resource ( 'PROD','OPENET_P','OPENET#1','G','0');
exec :retval := SSP_new_resource ( 'PROD','OPENET_P','OPENET#2','G','1');
exec :retval := SSP_new_resource ( 'PROD','OPENET_P','OPENET#3','G','1');
exec :retval := SSP_new_resource ( 'PROD','OPENET_P','OPENET#4','G','1');
exec :retval := SSP_new_resource ( 'PROD','OPENET_P','OPENET#5','G','1');

We are not sure why the set up is like this? Is it good practice to keep 0 or 1. If 1 is not good to keep, then what will be the impact.
 

Solution

Sign In with your My Oracle Support account

Don't have a My Oracle Support account? Click to get started

My Oracle Support provides customers with access to over a
Million Knowledge Articles and hundreds of Community platforms