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Re: database error

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Subject: Re: database error
From: Leslie Clark <lclark@US.IBM.COM>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 1999 12:04:43 -0400
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There is a file in /usr/OV/symbols/C (rabm.symbols) that references a field
that should be defined in a file in /usr/OV/fields/C   (isRABMCapability).
The file is probably called rabm.fields. Both the symbols file and the
fields file may be links to product directories, either under
/usr/CML or /usr/rabmv2, I can't check from where I am today.
Either that fields file is missing, or the link to it is missing, or the
entry is not
in the file.  It sounds like you either had an incomplete install, or an
imcomplete de-install.


Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
(248) 552-4968 Voicemail, Fax, Pager

---------------------- Forwarded by Leslie Clark/Southfield/IBM on 04/26/99
11:53 AM ---------------------------

Vladimir Petr <petr@DATASYS.CZ> on 04/26/99 12:55:54 AM

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Subject:  Re: database error

lauritz Strydom wrote:
>      Hi All, can someone please comment on the following error i'm
> getting
>      when executing ovw -config.
>      It seems that these fields does not exist in the ovwdb database but
>      how do I fix it?
>      ------------------------------
>      File: /usr/OV/symbols/C/rabm.symbols
>      Line: 218
>      Error: Unknown field "isRABMCapability"
>      ------------------------------
>      This machine is a fresh installed machine with Netview 5.1.1 and
> Nways
>      1.2.3.
>      Thanks
>      Lauritz

Hi, Lauritz;
I have run NV 5.1 with Nways 1.2.2 and have not seen this error. It might
specifically related to 1.2.3 but I would try to run
netview -fields (or ovw -fields)
that NV process all the fields registration files in order to create the
in the object database. Then the field should become known.

Best regards,

"The lyf so short, the craft so long to lerne." Chaucer.

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