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

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.