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RE: [nv-l] Changing label of node

To: jeff.ctr.vandenbussche@faa.gov
Subject: RE: [nv-l] Changing label of node
From: "Stephen Hochstetler" <shochste@us.ibm.com>
Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2002 09:56:45 -0600
Cc: nv-l@lists.tivoli.com
You have to invoke it through the GUI, one way or another.    You could
write it as another GUI daemon (like ovw starting ipmap).  This  means your
program would always be running and listening on a particular socket just
like ipmap does today.   Then have another program tell it what to do
through that socket such as the lrf daemon.  As long as it is started by
ovw and registers in that environment your API calls will work.   You could
also have a second program callable by CLI that talked to your GUI daemon
through the socket calls.   This would then give you a way to shell script
your needs.

Kind regards,
Stephen Hochstetler              shochste@us.ibm.com
International Technical Support Organization at IBM
11400 Burnet Road   Austin, TX  78758
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                      che@faa.gov                To:       "Allison, Jason 
(JALLISON)" <JALLISON@arinc.com>                  
                      11/08/2002 09:35 AM        Subject:  RE: [nv-l] Changing 
label of node                                 


Thanks for your help so far.  What I am down to now is they "way" in which
I call this code.  If I call this code through a registration file through
the GUI, it works fine.  What we have is polling daemons that are
registered through an lrf.  If I call the code via the lrf daemon, or via
the command line, it fails in OVwInit() with the error:

      The application was not invoked from the Tivoli NetView program.

      Any suggestions?



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