3.2.1.6.2.2 Non-Persisted Module Definition Instance

A Non-Persisted Module Definition Instance is a type of Module Definition (section 3.2.1.6.2), which has all the properties of a module definition. A Non-Persisted Module Definition Instance is a copy, in memory, of an instance of a Persisted Module Definition (section 3.2.1.6.2.1), and it is used by a client to make changes to that Persisted Module Definition. Changes, including deletion, that are made to a Non-Persisted Module Definition Instance are either discarded after use or applied to the associated Persisted Module Definition. There can be zero or more Non-Persisted Module Definition Instances for each Persisted Module Definition.

A protocol client can perform the following management operations involving Non-Persisted Module Definition Instances:

  • Create or change the configuration data for a Non-Persisted Module Definition Instance. See Commit (Opnum 11) (section 3.2.4.2.10.5) for details.

  • Commit changes, including deletion, from a Non-Persisted Module Definition Instance into the associated Persisted Module Definition. See Delete (Opnum 10) (section 3.2.4.2.10.4) and Commit (Opnum 11) (section 3.2.4.2.10.5) for details.