[Netconf] 4741bis (009) - partial-operation

Martin Bjorklund <mbj@tail-f.com> Mon, 09 November 2009 15:19 UTC

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The proposal is that we should remove the error-tag partial-operation
(and associated error-info elements; ok-element, err-element, and

As currently defined, this feature seems broken.  The error-info
elements have wrong type (QName), and the idea appears to be that this
rpc-error should be returned instead of <ok/> when an edit-config

For background, see:




If anyone objects to removing this error, we need a proposal for how
to make it work.