You can disable the use of an xml-based event configuration by setting the <IsActive> element value to false.

  • If the package configuration for a device class is not present, or if the <IsActive> is set to false, the Network Configuration Manager fallbacks to the old mechanism of letting the driver identify config change events. This may hamper performance, but would enable complex message parsing that can be completed more easily in DASL.

  • The syslog event xml must be named. *SysLog.*, and the trap event xml must be named .*Trap.*

  • All xmls are objectified in memory by commmgr.

  • Some device syslog xmls, such as for NetScreen, have %% run parameters that users need to change, and set the xml IsActive totrue. “Device Server Configuration” on page 31 provides more information.