I use baseline templates to deploy initial configurations to new switches before installation (RME 4.0.5). I have been trying to use parameter files, but I keep getting an error "The job could not be created since some of the devices are invalid". I finally discovered through trial and error that the device that RME doesn't like in the XML parameter file is the "Hostname="Default"" that is generated by RME when you generate the parameter file. If I take the "Default" device out, the deploy is successful. Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong? Being unable to supply default values makes using parameter files a bit messy.
You have at least one device explicitly listed here. It should use the specific parameter, "hostname" for that one device, and the default parameters where it doesn't find a specific match. Is this not happening? Note: you cannot have a template with JUST Default as RME will not know to which devices it applies.
RME will not even submit the job as long as the is in the parameter file. If I remove the default section and explicitly declare each parameter for each device, it will run. The error message that I am getting is attached.
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