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MSS 6.3.0 | Associated Networks Are Not shown For Network Elements (Doc ID 2747193.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 29, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Communications MetaSolv Solution - Version 6.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


MSS 6.3.0 |Network Elements & Systems


In the Network Element Search Results window, associated networks are not shown for network elements for the below scenarios.


Scenario1: Create a new Network Element whose element type is associated to a component. Add this element to a Network System.

Scenario2: For a shared Network Element remove from any one Network System using the Remove from Drawing option.

Expected Behavior:
MSS should display the network system in the elements search to which its still associated to .

Steps :
Scenario #1 – 

1-Create a new network element in the Network Elements window.
2-Open a network system where the new component can be added. Using the ‘Add Elements’ option, search for the new element and add it to the system.
3-The new element has been added to the system and the system has been saved.
4-If we return to the Network Element Search window and query for the element, it does not show an Associated Network.

Scenario #2 – 

1-Create a network element and associate it to more than 1 network system.
2-Open one of the networks and select the ‘Remove From Drawing’ option. The element is removed from the network system.
3-If you return to the Network Element Search window and query for the element, it no longer shows any associated network even thought it’s still part of the other network system.
4-If we open the other network, we can see the node is still associated to the network system.
NOTE :This behavior only occurs when choosing the ‘Remove From Drawing’ option. If the ‘Delete’ option is used , the issue is no seen.


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