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In the Column List:

  • P = Primary key
  • M = Mandatory field
  • F = Foreign key

Table GC_LOGIN


This table contains information about configuration of Agent Login objects.

Important
In a SIP Cluster environment, this table might not be populated because the objects about which this table typically stores information are not required. However, if the objects usually recorded in this table are created in the Configuration Layer, data about them appears in the table in the same way as in a non-Cluster environment.
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Column List

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Column Data Type P M F Description
ID INTEGER X X The DBID of the Agent Login object. This is the primary key.
LoginCode VARCHAR(255) X The Agent Login code.
TenantID INTEGER X X The DBID of the Tenant to which this object belongs.
SwitchID INTEGER X X The DBID of the Switch to which this agent login belongs.
FolderID INTEGER The DBID of the Folder for the object.
State INTEGER X The object state corresponding to the CfgObjectState enumeration in Configuration Server. One of the following values:
  • 0—Unknown. Reserved for when ICON is unable to determine object state.
  • 1—Enabled.
  • 2—Disabled.

#DICTIONARY TYPE 500

Status INTEGER X The status of the record. One of the following values:
  • 0—The status is unknown. Reserved for when ICON is unable to determine record status.
  • 1—Record is active.
  • 2—Record is inactive (object is deleted).
  • 10—Synchronization is in progress for an active record.

#DICTIONARY TYPE: 24

Created TIMESTAMP The GMT-equivalent date and time when the object was written to IDB. This is not necessarily the actual creation time of the object.
Deleted TIMESTAMP The GMT-equivalent date and time when this object was removed.
LastChange TIMESTAMP The GMT-equivalent date and time when the object was last changed (including object creation or removal).
Created_ts INTEGER The UTC-equivalent value for the CREATED field.
Created_tcode INTEGER A reference, derived from the value in the CREATED_TS field, to a record in the G_TIMECODE table.
Deleted_ts INTEGER The UTC-equivalent value for the DELETED field.
Deleted_tcode INTEGER A reference, derived from the value in the DELETED_TS field, to a record in the G_TIMECODE table.
LastChange_ts INTEGER The UTC-equivalent value for the LASTCHANGE field.
LastChange_tcode INTEGER A reference, derived from the value in the LASTCHANGE_TS field, to a record in the G_TIMECODE table.
GSYS_DOMAIN INTEGER Contains the data source session ID (DSS_ID) for the session that was active when the data was processed by ICON. For more information, see the description in System Fields (for DB2Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, or PostgreSQL, respectively).
GSYS_PARTITION INTEGER A key that is used for partitioning.
GSYS_SYS_ID INTEGER System ID. Reserved for future use.
GSYS_SEQ BIGINT Insert Sequence. Not unique.
GSYS_USEQ BIGINT Update Sequence. Not unique.
GSYS_TS TIMESTAMP Reserved
GSYS_TC INTEGER Reserved
GSYS_EXT_VCH1 VARCHAR(255) Reserved
GSYS_EXT_VCH2 VARCHAR(255) Reserved
GSYS_EXT_INT1 INTEGER A flag indicating the reliability of timestamp information stored in the CREATED and DELETED fields. One of the following values:
  • 0—Highly reliable; timestamps for both fields are taken from Configuration Server runtime notifications or the Configuration Server history log.
  • 1—CREATED timestamp is that of the time when configuration data was requested from Configuration Server, either during the initial ICON startup or during synchronization.
  • 2—DELETED timestamp is that of the time when configuration data was requested from Configuration Server; either during the initial ICON startup or during synchronization.
  • 3—Both CREATED and DELETED timestamps are taken from the time when configuration data was requested from Configuration Server, either during the initial ICON startup or during synchronization.
GSYS_EXT_INT2 INTEGER Reserved
This page was last edited on January 10, 2020, at 15:27.

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