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Resolved Problems

This section lists known problems that have been resolved in the current release. For more information about resolved problems, contact JTAC.

C-Web Interface

  • The following problem is resolved:

    The configuration wizard uses the data in the standard or customized wizard definition file to group and display related configurations on a single page of the wizard.

    1. If the wizard definition file does not conform to the wizard DTD, an XML validation failure error message is displayed.
    2. If you specify an XML file that is not a wizard DTD, an indefinite wait image page appears.

    Reference: TIC 18539 / PR 906548

SAE

The following problems are resolved:

  • The description of the interface classification script match condition is ambiguous in the following guides in the SRC documentation set:
    1. SRC PE C-Web Interface Configuration Guide—The Interface Classification Scripts subsection under the Classification Scripts Overview section in Chapter 13, Classifying Interfaces and Subscribers (C-Web Interface).
    2. SRC PE Subscribers and Subscriptions Guide—The Interface Classification Scripts subsection under the Classification Scripts Overview section in Chapter 4, Classifying Interfaces and Subscribers (SRC CLI).

    Reference: PR 943863

  • For an authorization scheduler, if you do not configure the from option, then the scheduled service is not activated or deactivated. It is mandatory to configure the from option.

    Reference: TIC 19009 / PR 904324

  • When you configure logrotate, the size option is mapped to the minimum-size option, which is not a valid attribute for logrotate. This prohibits file rotation from being performed.

    Reference: TIC 19190 / PR 904424

  • When a subscriber with subscriptions to AOL and scheduled services (the services are in a mutex group) logs in during the schedule window (that is, period when the scheduled service is eligible for activation), the AOL service gets precedence over the scheduled service.

    Note: This problem occurs irrespective of whether the schedulers are configured at the retailer or global level.

    Reference: TIC 19023 / PR 906692 and TIC 19011 / PR 904326

Modified: 2015-07-23