Hi Robert , Both older revision and new revision has common subtree . However while running with previous revision , we do not see any re ordering of the tag , however while running with recent revision we are seeing the issue.
Basically subtree definition defines a grouping which referenced in list which uses composite key . The order of the composite key is getting reversed. Thanks Santosh On Sun, Oct 16, 2016 at 3:32 PM, Robert Varga <n...@hq.sk> wrote: > On 10/16/2016 06:04 AM, Santosh Singh wrote: > > Hi , > > > > I am facing strange issue. For one of our device running with recent > > revision of yang model, when performing restconf invocation for the > > functionality available in older release too, the order of argument > > received as seen the karof log , constructed uri , is not in accordance > > with the yang schema model hence edit-config call have this argument in > > the order which is not according to the yang schema loaded on the > > device. Hence device is rejecting this configuration. > > > > However if we try with older software on the device , same > > functionality works as controller receives the argument in the expected > > order . > > > > This anomaly happens only for the delete configuration ... > > > > What could be reason for this failure ?? Any help on this would be > > really appreciated. > > [+netconf-dev] > > Can you share actual XML data and associated models? > > Thanks, > Robert > >
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