Below is a current list of Spectrum 10.4.1 patches. This list is updated bi-weekly to include any new patches released for this GA product release.
NetOps Spectrum 10.4.1
Symptom: There is no control for administrators to restrict the rest API access of a user.
Resolution: Added privileges at user level by which admininistrators can control the access of the user.
Symptom: Error while running RpmgrInitializeLandscape.bat due to a syntax error.
Resolution: Syntax error is corrected in MySQL query to run RpmgrInitializeLandscape.bat successfully.
Symptom: REST Subscription delete requests are always successful and will return a 200 OK response.
Resolution: REST Subscription delete requests will be successful and will return a 200 OK response only for valid subscription-id's. For invalid subscription-id's it responds with 400 BAD_REQUEST response.
Symptom: Locator Search when using a list containing more than 250 items returns an error.
Resolution: Locator Search will work properly after refining search criteria filtering on OneClick Server.
Symptom: OneClick webserver will throw IllegalArgumentException while processing 0x10a20 events.
Resolution: OneClick webserver will successfully process 0x10a20 events without any exceptions.
Symptom: Tomcat log prints lot many error messages like "Error while updating item_model_mapping table for MH :"
Resolution: Tomcat log will not longer display these messages.
Symptom: Null pointer exceptions displayed in the tomcat log upon tomcat startup cause Spectrum Report Manager to not start properly.
Resolution: Null pointer exceptions have been resolved and Spectrum Report Manager will start properly.
We also have the following BMP Patches available. A BMP (Bi-Monthly Patch) is a bundle of PTF patches available on top of a NetOps Spectrum GA-release. More information about these BMP's can be found in the respective links below:
If you would like to request any of the above patches, please open an issue with Spectrum support and upload the contents of your <SPECROOT>/Install-Tools/.history file from both the SpectroSERVER and OneClick Server. Support will review this information to ensure that the patch you are requesting will not conflict with any patches you have already installed.