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Getting error after deploying package

Hi Guys,

 

I m getting the following error after package reload in NSO

 

packages package l3cpe

oper-status file-load-error

oper-status error-info "l3cpe-template.xml:115 Unknown element: '{intf-type}' for ned-id: cisco-ios-cli-6.42:cisco-ios-cli-6.42"

 

Can you please help

 

Regards

Darpan

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You cannot parametrize the XML tag itself. only its content:

This is what you have there at the moment:

 

<interface xmlns="urn:ios">
<{intf-type}>
	<name>{slot}</name>
	<ip>
		<no-address>
			<address>false</address>
		</no-address>
	</ip>
</{intf-type}>

you'd need to have the same block for each interface type you want to support, and have that block conditional on the content of intf-type:

 

        <interface xmlns="urn:ios">
          <GigabitEthernet when="{/intf-type = 'GigabitEthernet'}">
            <name>{/interface-id}</name>
...
        <interface xmlns="urn:ios">
          <TenGigabitEthernet when="{/intf-type = 'TenGigabitEthernet'}">
            <name>{/interface-id}</name>
...

 

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You're trying to use the 'foreach' processing instruction, but you're not using the correct syntax.

Have a look at the NSO Development Guide - search for section "Processing instructions". You can find the syntax for the statement.

 

You were using something like this:

 

<interface xmlns="urn:ios" foreach="{interfaces}">
...
</interface>

instead, you should be using something like this:

 

<?foreach {/interfaces}?>
 <interface xmlns="urn:ios">
...
 </interface>
<?end?>

Finally, when troubleshooting, use 'commit dry-run outformat native | debug template '.

This will help you figure out what's not working.

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Cisco Employee

What's on the line of the XML?

The zip file seems to be empty.

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Please find attached the correct zip file

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You cannot parametrize the XML tag itself. only its content:

This is what you have there at the moment:

 

<interface xmlns="urn:ios">
<{intf-type}>
	<name>{slot}</name>
	<ip>
		<no-address>
			<address>false</address>
		</no-address>
	</ip>
</{intf-type}>

you'd need to have the same block for each interface type you want to support, and have that block conditional on the content of intf-type:

 

        <interface xmlns="urn:ios">
          <GigabitEthernet when="{/intf-type = 'GigabitEthernet'}">
            <name>{/interface-id}</name>
...
        <interface xmlns="urn:ios">
          <TenGigabitEthernet when="{/intf-type = 'TenGigabitEthernet'}">
            <name>{/interface-id}</name>
...

 

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I have now fixe it as per your advice and package oper status is ok now. But I m not able to parse through the interfaces and configure them. Attached is the changed zip. Any help would be appreciated.

 

Regards

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You're trying to use the 'foreach' processing instruction, but you're not using the correct syntax.

Have a look at the NSO Development Guide - search for section "Processing instructions". You can find the syntax for the statement.

 

You were using something like this:

 

<interface xmlns="urn:ios" foreach="{interfaces}">
...
</interface>

instead, you should be using something like this:

 

<?foreach {/interfaces}?>
 <interface xmlns="urn:ios">
...
 </interface>
<?end?>

Finally, when troubleshooting, use 'commit dry-run outformat native | debug template '.

This will help you figure out what's not working.

View solution in original post

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Thanks , it has resolved the problem !!!