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Cisco Bug: CSCum54165 - Deletion of configuration page does not navigate to Find and List Page

Last Modified

Nov 14, 2015

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager)

Known Affected Releases

10.5(0.98000.183)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Deletion of a Configuration page must result in Find and List page of corresponding configuration page being displayed

Conditions:
)Login to CCMAdmin.
2)Access the following pages using the path.

->Call Routing->Mobility->Mobility Enterprise Feature Access Number,Handoff Configuration and Mobility Profile.
->Call Routing->Global Dial Plan Replication->Advertised Patterns ,Blocked Learned Numbers and Patterns
->Call Routing->Logical Partitioning Policy Configuration.
->Call Routing->Transformation->Transformation Pattern->Calling Party Transformation Pattern Configuration and Called Party Transformation Pattern Configuration.
->Call Routing->Call Control Discovery->Blocked Learned Pattern,Hosted DN Group,Hosted DN Pattern.
->Advanced Features->SAF->SAF Security Profile,SAF Forwarder.
->Advanced Features->Fallback->Fallback Profile.
->Device->Device Settings->Common Device Configuration,Common Phone Profile,
->Advanced Features->Intercompany Media Services->Server Connections,Enrolled Group,Enrolled Pattern, Exclusion Group,Exclusion Number,Trust Group,Trust Element,E.164 Transformation and Firewall.
->Advanced Features->VPN Profile
->Device->Device Settings->Remote Destination Profile, Feature Control Policy,SIP Normalization Script.
->User Management->Application User,SIP Realm.
->User Management->User Settings->End User CAPF Profile,Credential Policy,UC Service and Service Profile

Example: Deletion of Application User added using Delete button in Configuration page should result in Find and List Page of Application User however Application User Configuration is still displayed.
Page Subtitle/Label shown or displayed is "Application User Configuration" with contents of Find and List Application Users .
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