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Placing a Jumper Can Cause Model Edit Dependencies on Non-Electrical Objects (Doc ID 2829549.1)

Last updated on MAY 31, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Network Management System - Version to [Release 2.4 to 2.5]
Oracle Network Management for Utilities - DMS - Version to [Release 2.4 to 2.5]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


A customer is trying to build a map that removes several objects.
The patches are failing with an error stating a dependency on a model edit.

11/15/21 12:03:41: MBService 0xbfa,ctp=1100a3318,"MBService::build" **ERROR** Message:  MBS-06032      location:  MBService::validateAgainstModelEdits      severity:  E
     Device  (10004.803083) was temporarily replaced by model edit device TEMP OS66315 (446.7971) in patch 121188. The new patch, Patch 124398 is attempting to modify or remove this underlying device, which is not allowed. The model edit must be removed in order for the new patch to succeed.

NOTE: In the customer's configuration, class 10004 is a non-electrical wood_pole.

Model edits should not be affecting non-electrical objects.

The problem can be reproduced on an OPAL demo system with these steps:

1. Open an xterm and login as the nms administrator

2. Run these commands:
cd ~/data/patches
cp done/2434.mb 2434.mb.orig
cp done/2434.mb 2434.mb.mod

3. Edit 2434.mb.mod and make these changes:

4. Run these commands:
cp 2434.mb.mod 2434.mb
Patch -diff 2434.mb

5. Login to Web workspace with Full Operations
6. Place a p2p jumper from OH1P-2269002-457135-2269000-457377 to OH3P-2269864-457490-2269667-457510

7. Run this command in the xterm:
Patch -diff 2434.mb

8. Place an inline jumper on the 1-phase conductor to the left of the model-edit's jumper.

9. Check the diagram_objects table for non-electrical objects created in the edit patch.
select d.h_cls, d.h_idx, c.c_name from diagram_objects d, classes c where d.birth > SYSDATE - .05 and c.c_numb = d.h_cls;

One of the results will be a wood_pole.

To clean up, just remove the inline jumper followed by the point-to-point jumper.
The erroneous diagrams will get removed with the edits.



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