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Purpose of Query

This page help you to manually ignore dynamic links normally handled by the Dynamic Link Manager.

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First, develop the query for the links you wish to ignore.  Here is the query for all the dynamic links:

 SELECT a.idacc, 
       clr.keynam, 
       clr.objtyp, 
       cle.keynam, 
       cle.objtyp 
FROM   acc a 
       JOIN keys clr 
         ON a.idclr = clr.idkey 
            AND a.prop & 1 = 1 
            AND a.prop & 65536 = 0 
       JOIN keys cle 
         ON cle.idkey = a.idcle 
Query result example

98076560;"bvoipTNCountRequest.jsp";274;"BVoIP_TN_Count_Request_help.html";274
98254368;"BVoIPMasterSlaveMapping.jsp";274;"BVoIP_Master_Slave_Mapping_window.html";274
98222979;"uvpBrxRoutingQuery.jsp";274;"UVP_BRX_Routing_Query_Help.html";274
98176953;"addSipServerFqdn.jsp";274;"UVP_Add_SIP_Server_FQDN_Help.html";274
98126323;"networkElementDetail.jsp";274;"NetworkElementDetail_window.htm";274

Query result interpretation
 This returns the id of link, the objects that form the link, and the objects type

If you need to see the specific types, you can see the details for the caller types with this query:

SELECT * 
FROM typ 
WHERE idtyp IN (SELECT DISTINCT clr.objtyp 
 FROM acc a 
 JOIN keys clr 
 ON a.idclr = clr.idkey 
 AND a.prop & 1 = 1 
 AND a.prop & 65536 = 0 
 JOIN keys cle 
 ON cle.idkey = a.idcle) limit 10
Query result example

514;"C_METHOD";"C++ Method";"ACTIVE "
516;"C_FUNCTION";"C/C++ Function";"ACTIVE "
565;"C_GLOBALVARIABLE";"C/C++ Global Variable";"ACTIVE "
900;"JV_ENUM";"Java Enum";"ACTIVE "
101;"JV_CTOR";"Java Constructor";"ACTIVE "

Query result interpretation
 This query returns the detail of the caller types: Id, name, type and status

and the callee types with this query:

SELECT * 
FROM   typ 
WHERE  idtyp IN (SELECT DISTINCT cle.objtyp 
                 FROM   acc a 
                        JOIN keys clr 
                          ON a.idclr = clr.idkey 
                             AND a.prop & 1 = 1 
                             AND a.prop & 65536 = 0 
                        JOIN keys cle 
                          ON cle.idkey = a.idcle); 
Query result example

290;"JSP_SERVLET_MAPPING";"Servlet Mapping";"ACTIVE "
363;"JSP_PROPERTY_MAPPING";"Java Property Mapping";"ACTIVE "
367;"JSP_ACTION_MAPPING";"Struts Action Mapping";"ACTIVE "
141190;"CAST_JEE_StrutsValidator";"Struts Validator";"ACTIVE "
136009;"HIB_ENTITY";"Hibernate Entity";"ACTIVE "

Query result interpretation
 This query returns the detail of the calle types: Id, name, type and status

So for example if you want to ignore links with a caller of type "caller_type" and a callee of type"caller_type" you can use this specific query to list the links:

 SELECT a.idacc, 
       clr.keynam, 
       clr.objtyp, 
       cle.keynam, 
       cle.objtyp 
FROM   acc a 
       JOIN keys clr 
         ON a.idclr = clr.idkey 
            AND a.prop & 1 = 1 
            AND a.prop & 65536 = 0 
            AND clr.objtyp = <caller_type> 
       JOIN keys cle 
         ON cle.idkey = a.idcle 
            AND cle.objtyp = <callee_type>;  

if you want to ignore links with a caller of type 137251 and a callee of type 138017 then the previous query will be as follow:

 SELECT a.idacc, 
       clr.keynam, 
       clr.objtyp, 
       cle.keynam, 
       cle.objtyp 
FROM   acc a 
       JOIN keys clr 
         ON a.idclr = clr.idkey 
            AND a.prop & 1 = 1 
            AND a.prop & 65536 = 0 
            AND clr.objtyp = 137251 
       JOIN keys cle 
         ON cle.idkey = a.idcle 
            AND cle.objtyp =  138017;  


Query result example

9244699;"GetUnsent";137251;"EQUIPE";138017
9317460;"LoadAll";137251;"TECHNO_WAN";138017
9252938;"LoadAll";137251;"COLLECTE_ACTE";138017
9227572;"Load";137251;"LED_CPL";138017


Query result interpretation
 list links with a caller of type 137251 and a callee of type 138017

Once you have validated the links you want to ignore, then you can do the following - as a precaution you should back up your KB prior to these steps (example below is with the specific query above for efile caller and JSP_FORWARD callee):

CREATE TABLE in_ignore_link 
  ( 
     idacc       INT NOT NULL, 
     ignore_mode INT NOT NULL, 
     idfus       INT NULL 
  );   
INSERT INTO in_ignore_link 
            (idacc, 
             ignore_mode) 
((SELECT a.idacc, 
         -1 
  FROM   acc a 
         JOIN keys clr 
           ON a.idclr = clr.idkey 
              AND a.prop & 1 = 1 
              AND a.prop & 65536 = 0 
              AND clr.objtyp = 274 
         JOIN keys cle 
           ON cle.idkey = a.idcle 
              AND cle.objtyp = 958)); 

SELECT Tb_ignoredlink(); 
DROP TABLE in_ignore_link; 

FYI - for the IN_IGNORE_LINK table, -1 to ignore ; +1 to reset;  TB_IgnoredLink procedure may take some time to run

You can also mark individual links remaining as reviewed if you insert the links ID (IDACC) and the ID of the project from which it comes (IDPRO) into the table DYNLINKS_TREATED. This will make the link disappear from the DLM window without the need to actually delete the link or to reanalyze using ExternalLinksRules.xml.

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