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database table/rules updates upon rebuilding declarative network

SA-209

Summary



You want to verify (visually) that the system setting 'declarative/processrulechanges" value="false"' is preventing the Declarative Network Cache from updating for Decision Tree rules, but don't know how.

Resolution



You can verify the functionality of the system setting 'declarative/processrulechanges" value="false"'  using the System Management Application(SMA).
Perform the following steps in SMA to observe the behavior of interest.

(with 'declarative/processrulechanges" value="false"')
  1. Navigate to Advanced->Declarative Rules Management
  2. Traverse the Declarative Network Cache (organized by Ruleset and Classgroup) by selecting the associated radio button and 'Get Cache Details' combination until you location your Decision Tree of interest
  3. Select the radio button next to the rule of interest and click on 'Get Rule Detail', observe the input parameters identified
  4. Update the input parameters for the rule of interest and click save 
  5. Select the radio button next to the rule of interest and click on 'Get Rule Detail', observe the input parameters have not changed
(without 'declarative/processrulechanges" value="false"')
  1. Navigate to Advanced->Declarative Rules Management
  2. Traverse the Declarative Network Cache (organized by Ruleset and Classgroup) by selecting the associated radio button and 'Get Cache Details' combination until you location your Decision Tree of interest
  3. Select the radio button next to the rule of interest and click on 'Get Rule Detail', observe the input parameters identified
  4. Update the input parameters for the rule of interest and click save
  5. Select the radio button next to the rule of interest and click on 'Get Rule Detail', observe the message "The selected rule does not appear to be in the cache"
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Published March 7, 2016 - Updated October 8, 2020

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