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Can someone help to tell me how to solve following errors? I find them when I start my DMV600BTEP board.
Called PDKInit Installed Boards still around.Initializing (populating) VariantLists Load file C:\Program Files\Dialogic\cfg\pdk.cfgpdk.cfg File does not exist
#Timestamp #PID #TID #Module #Client #Label #Message 06/14/2012 18:17:01.782 1072 0 [Control message from process 6040]:Turned on preservation 06/14/2012 18:17:02.266 3892 1992 OAMSYSLOG Warning CTBBSERV - CTBB_BC_UD_MEDIA_FRU_CONFLICT06/14/2012 18:17:02.219 5832 6028 OAMSYSLOG ErrorEx NCMAPI - NCMMgr::checkDSSstate(), OpenEvent() returned WAIT_TIMEOUT - setting bCheckDSSState to false06/14/2012 18:17:02.235 5832 6028 OAMSYSLOG ErrorEx MERCCONFIG - PnPGetDeviceList() failed with error code = 2 06/14/2012 18:17:02.985 1072 0 [Control message from process 6128]:Client attached 06/14/2012 18:17:03.704 6040 6088 HWMON Eventing Dlgcserv - Event DLGC_EVT_SYSTEM_ABOUTTOSTART(0x40003) was generated on channel ADMIN06/14/2012 18:17:03.704 6040 6088 HWMON Eventing Dlgcserv - Event DLGC_EVT_BLADE_ABOUT_TOSTART(0x40009) was generated on channel ADMIN06/14/2012 18:17:03.751 1072 0 [Control message from process 6128]:Client detached 06/14/2012 18:17:03.970 1072 0 [Control message from process 1504]:Client attached 06/14/2012 18:17:04.189 1072 0 [Control message from process 1504]:Client detached 06/14/2012 18:17:04.408 1072 0 [Control message from process 3996]:Client attached 06/14/2012 18:17:04.439 5496 1768 OAMSYSLOG ErrorEx DM3Config - Parse Arguments: Failure in parsing arguments06/14/2012 18:17:04.533 5496 1976 OAMSYSLOG ErrorEx MERCCONFIG - NCMGetValueEx() failed on parameter gul1_dsb_2_net5.fcd06/14/2012 18:17:04.533 5496 1976 OAMSYSLOG ErrorEx MERCCONFIG - Returning error 47 from GETNCMValues06/14/2012 18:17:47.624 1072 0 [Control message from process 3996]:Client detached 06/14/2012 18:17:47.733 1072 0 [Control message from process 3400]:Client attached 06/14/2012 18:17:47.796 3892 1992 OAMSYSLOG Warning CTBBSERV - CTBB_BC_UD_MEDIA_FRU_CONFLICT06/14/2012 18:17:50.578 1072 0 [Control message from process 3400]:Client detached 06/14/2012 18:17:50.906 1072 0 [Control message from process 6092]:Client attached 06/14/2012 18:17:56.705 1072 0 [Control message from process 6092]:Client detached 06/14/2012 18:17:56.814 1072 0 [Control message from process 872]:Client attached 06/14/2012 18:17:56.970 6040 6088 OAMSYSLOG Warning DLGCSERV - RunProgsInKey() - CreateProcess CONTINUE : ServiceControl dlgcstart IPMedia -LIPMediaDbg.txt 06/14/2012 18:17:56.986 6040 6088 OAMSYSLOG Warning DLGCSERV - ProtocolDevices() - No installed devices found06/14/2012 18:17:56.986 6040 6088 OAMSYSLOG Warning DLGCSERV - StartProtocol() - No installed devices for protocol : DLGCSRAM06/14/2012 18:17:56.986 6040 6088 OAMSYSLOG Warning DLGCSERV - ProtocolDevices() - No installed devices found06/14/2012 18:17:56.986 6040 6088 OAMSYSLOG Warning DLGCSERV - StartProtocol() - No installed devices for protocol : DLGCDK06/14/2012 18:17:57.033 1072 0 [Control message from process 872]:Client detached
What is the protocl that you are trying to configure? Are you using it as E1 or T1? Can you post the its_sysinfo.htm which is generated while running the its_sysinfo.exe found in the Bin directory of the Dialogic folder.
I have generated the its_sysinfo.html, but I failed each time when uploading the file. Can I send the file to you through email if that won't bring you too much trouble?
Here I have another question. By using PSTNDiag.exe, after I set OrigAddr in the MakeCall parameters, then I can make outbound calls successfully. However, if I leave the OrigAddr blank, the call will fail. So I think that's the reason why I cannot make outbound calls by running gc_basic_call_model.exe.
How can I set the default OrigAddr for my DM3 board? I cannot find the place to edit this parameter.
The gc_basic_call_model demo is basically a frame work and
it isn’t complete app. You can set the Origaddr in the GC_MAKECALL_BLK
The GC_MAKECALL_BLK contains pointer to the GCLIB_MAKECALL_BLK
and it is in this structure that you can set the GCLIB_ADDRESS_BLK origination
For more details refer to page #456 of the Dialogic® Global
Call API Library Reference in the following link
On the its_sysinfo.htm you can either post the resultant
.zip file generated while running the its_sysinfo.exe or send that as an attachment to my email.
I hope this helps...
Still failed to upload the zip file. Can you send a mail to my email address and then I can send the logs to you. My email is same as my account.
Btw, I know that I can set the origAddr by Dialogic global call APIs. But is there any other way that I can set this parameter without writing codes?
Somewhere else like DCM or any config file?
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