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Missing lifeCycleSubState in TMF639 - Resource Inventory Management API

  • 1.  Missing lifeCycleSubState in TMF639 - Resource Inventory Management API

    Posted Jul 12, 2019 10:22
    Hi all,

    In the resource inventory management API (TMF639) a resource can have a lifeCycleState (e.g. Planning, Installing, Operating, Retiring) and it is also documented that it is possible to declare a specific sub-state.
    Unfortunately there is no attribute lifeCycleSubState in the API definition, which is making us implement unwanted workarounds.
    Was it simply forgotten or was there a specific reason behind that?

    It would be much appreciated to add such attribute in the resource model.

    Thank you
    Kind regards,
    Marco

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    Marco Carisi
    Live Reply GmbH
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  • 2.  RE: Missing lifeCycleSubState in TMF639 - Resource Inventory Management API

    TM Forum Member
    Posted Jul 14, 2019 16:10
    Hi Marco
    The Open API team is considering republication of Resource Inventory Management in release 19.5.
    I have raised your issue with the team and I trust that someone will look at it, but cannot make any promises.
    Hope it helps.

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    Jonathan Goldberg
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  • 3.  RE: Missing lifeCycleSubState in TMF639 - Resource Inventory Management API

    TM Forum Member
    Posted Jul 16, 2019 08:37

    Hi Jonathan,

    I working on the Resource Inventory Management API.
    I will look into the SID, if the lifecycleSubStateType is there, then I will include it into the ResourceInventory  schema.

    Regards
    Thomas 



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    Thomas Braun
    Deutsche Telekom AG
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