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What is working in HPSM before login.DEFAULT?

Hi all,

 

when any user login to HP SM some test print is displayed like "test print". 

We've checked that this test message is displayed before running FC login.DEFAULT.

Couldn't find where this test message is called...

 

In Sanders book (p.268-269) there is information:

 

Logging in
When a user logs in, a series of applications are called. Here is a list of the
processes.
• Setup global operator variables
• Setup SM module variables
• Setup IM module variables
• Create global list variables
• Setup CM module variables
• Setup SLA module variables
• Setup PM module variables
• Setup RM module variables
• Execute format control login.DEFAULT
• Call menu.manager
Login writes to syslog and schedule files. If there is a problem with those files,
the login may not finish.

 

Could anybody advise what else to check (process, triggers, ds, etc..) in order to find where this test message could be placed? What is working before login.DEFAULT?

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Re: What is working in HPSM before login.DEFAULT?

Hi

 

Did you check the javascript tab of FC login.DEFAULT.

 

no trigger will run or script will run.

 

Thanks

 

Jagabandhu Padhy

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Re: What is working in HPSM before login.DEFAULT?

Hi, 

try to login to port with debug parameter. -RTM:3 -debugdbquery:999 

and share log. 

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Re: What is working in HPSM before login.DEFAULT?

Use *afindAll to search all tables for that string. Note that it will impact on the performance of your system. Use it on non production with same issue if possible.

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Re: What is working in HPSM before login.DEFAULT?

hey kva,

 

Check in the format control login.Default ... in the Subroutines Tab.

I think you can find your condition there.

 

Best regards,

 

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Re: What is working in HPSM before login.DEFAULT?

Hi everybody,

 

thanks for your answers.

There is nothing in FC login.DEFAULT nor in JS, nor in Subroutines tab, we've checked. 

 

The question is "What is working in HPSM before login.DEFAULT"?

 

To use "*afindAll" is impossible because the printed string looks like result of some calculating and gives "0" every time any user logins to system.

So, we couldn't search for just "print("0")", such searching gives nothing.

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Re: What is working in HPSM before login.DEFAULT?

Did you search for "test print" using *afindAll ? You mentioned that as an example in your post. That "test print" string itself would be coded as a string or string variable. It will get picked up in the search. That string does not exist out of the box so you should not get any false positives.

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Re: What is working in HPSM before login.DEFAULT?

Hi,

if don't wanna share debug logs. ( 

From that logs u can c what exactly  working before login.DEFAULT

I"ve suggestion 

go to SL in script section put *test print* and perform search.

90 % this message printing from SL. 

  

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Re: What is working in HPSM before login.DEFAULT?

Hi any solution?

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Re: What is working in HPSM before login.DEFAULT?

This thread is almost five years old. The solution to what? 

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