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Tivoli Integrated Portal - Malformed CLIENTACTION command

Discussion in 'ISC -Integrated Solution Console' started by crimsinf, May 4, 2012.

  1. crimsinf

    crimsinf New Member

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    Hello,

    I installed TSM Server 6.3.1 and Tivoli Integrated Portal 6.3.1.

    It's a test environment but we will migrate our 5.5.5 server to this 6.3.1 environment in about a week.

    Schedules are working fine. But "Client Actions" created from the Web administration center (TIP -
    Tivoli Integrated Portal) are malformed.

    According to the "help define clientaction" when you ask for an incremental, you don't need to provide
    "objects" parameter. Only if your want an incremental for peculiar filespaces. So in TIP, I choose
    "Incremental" and provide nothing in the field that would serve for the "objects" parameter.

    In TIP, it generates command:
    DEFINE CLIENTACTION SC-EMERAUDE-DR DOMAIN=DO_CRIM ACTION=INCREMENTAL OBJECTS=null

    In ISC, it would generate (I tried...):

    DEFINE CLIENTACTION SC-EMERAUDE-DR DOMAIN=DO_CRIM ACTION=INCREMENTAL

    The result with the client action started with TIP is that the node generate an error:

    05/04/2012 13:11:18 Incremental backup of volume 'null'
    05/04/2012 13:11:18 ANS1076E The specified directory path could not be found.

    I can't find any other person who have that problem on Google... Am I an outsider? :)

    Will I have to give all filespaces of the node whenever I want to do a client action?

    Is it because my Web TIP interface is in french?

    Thank you for your help.
     
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