You can refer to the intro/5-c_stats example in the ConfD example set for details on how to implement your own operational data providers.
Can you elaborate on what do you mean by not able to see the nodeA parameter? Through which north bound interface? Feel free to provide more details of your problem if you are not able to figure out your issue after going through that example.
I meant, after setting the parameter (following the proceedure explained in confd user guide), when I try to see the set parameter from confd_cli i dont see that in the params list. Should i define a callpoint for the list as well?
Thanks for your help(with examples) in understanding confd. Suppose here i want to show output (which i got from HW api) like “RX count 10”. At case test_node: I called HW api and did CONFD_SET_STR(&v, buffer]); but not worked please guide me.
A good example to begin with is: examples.confd/intro/5-c_stats
In you case you may want to store status data in the CDB Operational datastore instead of registering a callback with a YANG tailf:callpoint, a good example for that that implements interface status data is: examples.confd/cdb_oper/ifstatus
Also see ConfD User Guide Chapter on “Operational Data”