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Cisco Bug: CSCup05699 - Python PSS: Incorrect reference to variables in Class ICMP documentation

Last Modified

Feb 17, 2017

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  • Cisco Support Tools

Known Affected Releases

1.2(0)

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Symptom:
In the onePK Python SDK 1.2 documentation online:
http://wwwin-swpkg.cisco.com/onep/latest/sdk_1.2/ppl-rel/

There is an incorrect reference to the class variables to specify protocol (ICMPV4 or ICMPV6) for Class ICMP in Module match.

--snip--
Package onep :: Package policyservice :: Module match :: Class ICMP	

Class ICMP
ICMP match class.
Assign ICMP type, ICMP code, or both. Use class variable ICMPV4 or ICMPV6 for Protocol parameter.
--snip--

It should actually be:
Use class variable "IPV4" or "IPV6" for Protocol parameter.

Also, currently under "Method Details" for Class ICMP:
--snip--
protocol (int) - ICMP.ICMPV4 or ICMP.ICMPV6
--snip--

Needs to be corrected to "ICMP.IPV4 or ICMP.IPV6"

Conditions:
Python SDK 1.2 Documentation
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