Bug ID 1123845: Unable to modify rules of exiting LTM Policies that belong to an Application Service (iApp) using the GUI.

Last Modified: Jan 24, 2023

Bug Tracker

Affected Product:  See more info
iApps SSLO, TMOS(all modules)

Opened: Jul 01, 2022
Severity: 3-Major

Symptoms

When modifying an existing rule within an LTM Policy generated by SSL Orchestrator, using the GUI, the operation fails and an error similar to the following example is returned: transaction failed:010715bd:3: The parent folder is owned by application service (/Common/ssloP_in1.app/ssloP_in1), the object ownership cannot be changed to ().

Impact

Unable to modify rules associated with existing LTM Policies via the GUI.

Conditions

-- The LTM Policy belongs to an Application Service, such as those generated by the SSL Orchestrator iApp. -- The modification of an associated rule is attempted via the GUI.

Workaround

The GUI can still be used to delete and then create rules within the LTM Policy.

Fix Information

None

Behavior Change