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Change Center: Other Edit Sessions

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This page lists the edit sessions that have been started in the domain. Edit sessions help manage and coordinate configuration changes.

Use this page to manage edit sessions. 'default' edit session cannot be deleted.

As you make configuraion changes, other edit sesssions may exist in the domain that impact your edit session. If the existing changes are incompatible with yours, you will need to resolve the conflicts before you can activate your changes or you may decide to release the configuration lock and rollback your changes.

Column Display

You can show fewer or additional data points on this page by expanding Customize this table and modifying the Column Display list. Each data point displays in its own table column.

The following table lists all of the data points that you can display in columns on this page.

Name Description

The name of the edit session.

Unactivated Changes

Returns true if there are changes saved in the pending directory or there are changes in memory. To apply these changes, activate the session.

Merge Needed

Returns true if another edit session activates its changes after the last activation of this edit session or after its creation but before this edit session was ever activated.

It indicates that this edit session configuration is probably not the actual runtime configuration. Use the resolve method to merge changes to this configuration.

If this edit session configuration was also modified then there can be conflicts between this session and the runtime configuration. Use the resolve method to remove possible inconsistencies.

MBean Attribute:

Owned By

The current editor of the edit session. The editor owns the lock.

MBean Attribute:

Created By

The original creator of the edit session.

MBean Attribute:


The description of the edit session configuration.

MBean Attribute:

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