2012-11-22 11:32 PM
Thanks for the response. I need to check on the possibility of sharing the code. Will get back on this by next week. Also, I have a question w.r.t verifying the execution of the API calls with the newer version that you pointed me to. I understand that the version is SDK 5.0. Can you please let me know if verifying the API call execution with apitest.exe of SDK 5.0 is equivalent to verifying the same with 5.0 version of manageontap.jar in the java code?
2012-11-23 12:50 AM
apitest is a command-line utility to test APIs. This utility is suitable for API users who are at the beginner's level.
Verifying with API test should be equivalent to verifying with the manageontap.jar.
Your error could be related to passing incorrect XML parameters, that's why I asked for the code. Also, you could test your APIs on ZEDI that comes as a part of the package you have. It generates complete code which should be correct. The code I gave in my first comment is a complete working one from ZEDI. So you could refer that or share your code with me so that we could solve this.
2013-07-18 12:37 AM
Thanks for your response.
I am Prasanna's collegue and would be taking this up further. As Prasanna had mentioned, we might not be able to share the exact piece of code, but we do have the apitest and the Z-Explorer outputs. All the APIs were run using 4.0 and 5.0 SDK versions. Please find the same attached with this post.
apitest_50_Raw Outputs.zip - contains API outputs, run using SDK 5.0
apitest_Raw_Outputs.zip - contains API outputs, run using SDK 4.0
ZExplorerOutputs.zip - contains Z-Explorer outputs
For most of the APIs, the output seems to be truncated. However, for some of them, though the output seems OK, I observed the following line appended at the end:
"<results reason="debugging bypassed xml parsing" status="failed" errno="13001"/>"
Not sure what this could refer to.
Any help would be appreciated!
2013-07-18 04:05 AM
In the raw output (I opened aggr-space-list-info_raw_50.log) it stops at
A few suggestions...
2013-07-18 05:08 AM
Thanks coon for the quick response!
Please find the output of packet trace attached with this post.
I shall check on the usage of the APIs with corresponding -iter and -next APIs available and try to implement it the way you have suggested if not already done so.