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Unable To Pull LAG Circuit Through Order. (Doc ID 2059423.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 02, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Communications MetaSolv Solution - Version 6.2.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 6.2.1 version, Engineering

 Unable to pull LAG circuit through Order.

You should be able to pull LAG circuit through Order.



1. Open Network Template CHRIS_LAG_GROUP_TEMPLATE.

2. Then created Connection type : CHRIS_TEST LAG Group with Category as Bandwidth.

3. Now create a connection spec using the connection type CHRIS_TEST LAG Group.

4. Add CHRIS_TEST Un-assignable Bandwidth and Assignable Bandwidth link in the Related Connection spec for the group connection spec CHRIS_TEST LAG Group as AGGREGATION and ASSIGNMENT relationship type respectively.

5. Open the Network Template CHRIS_TEST_GROUP_TEMPLATE and add the above connection spec CHRIS_TEST LAG Group,


6. Create a Network system CHRIS_TEST_LAG_NS using Network Template CHRIS_TEST_GROUP_TEMPLATE and place the two components and create a relationship between them

7. Double click the relationship to open the Managing a connection window.

8. In Managing a connection window , Drag and drop the CHRIS_TEST LAG Group connection spec in the Network Connection Spec.Then Right click on it and select Associate Group Connection. Select the CHRIS_TEST_LAG_GROUP bandwidth
in the search list.

9. Close the Managing a connection window.

10. Save the network system. Application should save with no errors.

11. Close and reopen the Network system. Then open the Managing a connection window. Observed that the associated CHRIS_TEST_LAG_GROUP group connection(ordered bandwidth) is seen as expected.

The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users cannot create orders for LAG circuits.


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