Overriding MIB Text for Event Names

You can override default MIB text for event names and descriptions using a text file with the .properties extension in owareapps\[device driver name]\lib or owareapps\install­props\lib directory to include the override messages. Here is an example from:

# Below is an example overriding the default redcellDiscoveryJobBegin event Name and MIB Text with NEC CX specific information

#

# 1.3.6.1.4.1.3477.1.6.7.3 is the redcellDiscoveryJobBegin Notification OID

#

# 1.3.6.1.4.1.3477.1.6.7.3.1=cx2900NMDiscoveryJobBegin

# 1.3.6.1.4.1.3477.1.6.7.3.2=CX2900-NM discovery job begin notification indicates a discovery job has been executed

#

 

1.3.6.1.4.1.3477.1.6.7.3.1=cx2900NMDiscoveryJobBegin

1.3.6.1.4.1.3477.1.6.7.3.2=CX2900-NM discovery job begin notification indicates a discovery job has been executed

This overrides the redcellDiscoveryJobBegin notification.

With such overrides you can alter event names and notification descriptions

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You can see these event names and descriptions in the Event Definitions manager.

To do this, create your own properties file in a text editor--for example, myfilemsgs.properties--and put it either in the driver’s lib directory, or in owareapps\installprops\lib if you do not want this file overwritten by any application upgrades.