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Run AMO on CC-AP??

Run AMO on CC-AP??

Run AMO on CC-AP??

(OP)
We have old system with APE module (HiPath 4000 V5).
We have to check HD (AMO DVU) but this AMO can't be run on CC-AP.
"THE CALLED AMO ACTION IS NOT ALLOWED TO RUN ON CC-AP"
Is there any hint to force CC-AP to run AMOS?

RE: Run AMO on CC-AP??

The Access Point Emergency Switching Unit (APESU) is a data copy of the main site.
You can not make any changes there - you need to log on to the main site and then backup.
Why do you have to 'check HD' ?

RE: Run AMO on CC-AP??

(OP)
We have noticed some problems with the HD.
Furthermore - there are some AMOs that can be executed on the APE (for ex. UPDAT, HISTA...)

RE: Run AMO on CC-AP??

What problems have you noticed with the HD.
Yes of course some AMO's can be run but they are of no use -

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