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    Sergey Sevastyanov

    Hi all,

    Sorry if this was already discussed before – I didn’t find anything.

    I wonder what is the easiest way to resend a message from error database?

    One of the solutions I see is to save it in a file and then either create SMAT .idx file and send using SMAT or set up a temp fileset-local thread that will send from that file.

    But both solutions seem to me a little overkill, so I wonder if there is a better way that I’m missing?

    We are at Cloverleaf 5.4 running on Windows.


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    • #65642
      Robert Kersemakers

      Hi Sergey!

      How about saving the error-message into a file (length-encoded) and resend this file from a thread?

      From the Network Monitor: right-click on the thread where you want to resend and choose Control/Full… . The ‘Resend’ button then gives you the option to resend a file in/outbound.

      Zuyderland Medisch Centrum; Heerlen/Sittard; The Netherlands

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      Here’s how I usually do it. You may need to tweak the arguments depending on your situation. You can see available arguments for hcicmd by typing hcicmd at the command prompt.

      hcidbdump -e -U sergey – f-D

      hcicmd -p -c ‘ resend ib_pre_tps data 5120 nl’

      -- Max Drown (Infor)

    • #65644
      Russ Ross


      I have also found it to be a good idea to add the -O otpion so as to keep the messages in chronological order.

      For example using your previous example:

      hcidbdump -e -U sergey – f-O i -D

      Russ Ross

    • #65645
      Sergey Sevastyanov

      Robert, Max and Ross,

      Thank you very much! That’s exactly what I was looking for. I felt that it didn’t make sense to have option to save messages from error database and not being able to send them 😀

      I just tried Robert’s way (i.e. using GUI) and everything worked perfectly.

      Using command line will be very useful too as I am working on programming recovery procedures and it makes sense to do it all from the program

      Thanks you all again!

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