The match-names parameter for netconfd-pro defines the search mode that should be used when resolving

YANG node names in leafs and leaf-lists using the UrlPath data type. It can be invoked via the command line:


user@system> netconfd-pro --match-names=enum


or configured in the /etc/yumapro/netconfd-pro.conf file:


#### leaf match-names
#
# Defines the search mode that should be used when resolving YANG node names in leafs and
# leaf-lists using the UrlPath data type.";
#
# enum exact
# The name must exactly match the node name for all characters in both name strings.
# enum exact-nocase
# The name must match the node name for all characters in both name strings.
# Strings are not case-sensitive.
# enum one
# The name must exactly match the first N characters of just one node name, which
# must be the only partial name match found.
# enum one-nocase
# The name must exactly match the first N characters of just one node name, which
# must be the only partial name match found. Strings are not case-sensitive.
# enum first
# The name must exactly match the first N characters of any node name. The first one
# found will be used.
# enum first-nocase
# The name must exactly match the first N characters of any node name. The first one
# found will be used. Strings are not case-sensitive.
#
# match-names exact

The default value for the match-names parameter is "exact".