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nqmdiscovery -p usage?


Hi,
Does anyone have info on using nqmdiscovery -p on Linux/UNIX to add
Oracle and Weblogic info to security manager?
The -h info is pretty opaque to me...

-p label sublabel encryptflag value1 value2 value2
to add the KPW or Security Context information to MSU

I'm trying to make setting up monitoring for these a bit more
streamlined.
Searches of the internet, these forums, and NetIQ docs and web site turn
up zero info.

Thanks!


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Re: nqmdiscovery -p usage?


I assume that your other question here:-

http://tinyurl.com/ln3f4qk

has provided some of the answers?


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Re: nqmdiscovery -p usage?


Yes, sorry I was crossposting...


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