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ARS Analysis table

ARS Analysis table

ARS Analysis table

(OP)
I am able to add entries to the ARS Digit Analysis Table but I cannot remove existing entries. Definity doc's give no clues as to why this is so. Any advice welcome.
Chris

RE: ARS Analysis table

Example Try change ars ana 0
Then blank out all the fields... this is a template similar to the vector templates that canot be removed from the system..

Hope this answers your query

RE: ARS Analysis table

have you check the ars partition table

RE: ARS Analysis table

Whn you attempt to remove entries are you getting an error message?
If table corruption is detected you usually get a message of the sort:
Error Encounterrred cant complete request

RE: ARS Analysis table

(OP)
I have tried blanking out all the fields and saving the result. The system reports a sucessful update in the status bar but when you display the table again the entries are still there. I get no error messages.

I will look at the ARS partition table.

Chris

RE: ARS Analysis table

I AGREE WITH WILSONTEC. YES IT IS THE PARTITIONS. THAT MEANS THE SAME STRING ENTRY IS ASSIGNED ROUT PATERN AT ANOTHER PARTITION group NUMBER...
eg.
ch ars ana 3
which is dialstring 3 partition 1 by default.
if string 3 assigned in partition 2 you will see it by:
ch ars ana 3 part 2.
in another words you must go check all partition groupes for the same number (but be carfull you might need them for diff cor routing!)
you should go like this:
ch ars an x part 1
delete all fields
save
ch ars ana x part 2
delet all fields
save
cha ars ana x pa 3
and so on.
u might see it cleared while increasing number of partitions u don't have to continue u r done :)
good luck

RE: ARS Analysis table

If the ars ana table points to a P1 as the route, then you are using partition tables not traditional routes.  You can the do a disp partition {x} x being the number it showed in the ars route.  Then display the partition route table to find the route it uses.

Chris

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