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About Groups of CI

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Dear Hp team and members.

We use  HP UCMDB and we have 1 question.

I added 300 CI (users pc)  .

And  i need to sort it in the groups.

I want the sorting type like Departments like OU (organization units) in AD 

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Re: About Groups of CI

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Either insert them one by one by using the "New CI" feature of the IT Universe Manager, creating new CIs of type "netprinter", or else build a CSV file containing all of your Net Printers and create an Integration Point (Import Topology from CSV file) using that file as input. Another solution would be to use an XLS spreadsheet in combination with the "Import Topology from Excel workbook" Integration Point adapter, where creation of relationships becomes a possibility. You might also consider using a Jython pattern to pull and process this data. Then there's also Connect-It and other ETL solutions, which use the UCMDB API to push/pull/transform data. 

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Re: About Groups of CI

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Can you refine your requirement more

Did you manually create the User CI's in uCMDB?, and looking to Map them to Group CI Type?

Rather build a Connect-It Scenario to do the work for you, or build a Generic DB Adapter to pull in the information if its in a Database somewhere

You can then during the import build the relationships, or use Enrichment afterwards that would create the relationships

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I already fixed this issue.

I created the views with name of each departament an added ci's in the needed view.

But now i need to add all our network printers to this system.

How can i do this?

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Re: About Groups of CI

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Either insert them one by one by using the "New CI" feature of the IT Universe Manager, creating new CIs of type "netprinter", or else build a CSV file containing all of your Net Printers and create an Integration Point (Import Topology from CSV file) using that file as input. Another solution would be to use an XLS spreadsheet in combination with the "Import Topology from Excel workbook" Integration Point adapter, where creation of relationships becomes a possibility. You might also consider using a Jython pattern to pull and process this data. Then there's also Connect-It and other ETL solutions, which use the UCMDB API to push/pull/transform data. 

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You could use Regex to create groups in view based on any attributes. Details in admin documentation.

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-Dmitry Gomel, PMP
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Re: About Groups of CI

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Thank you.

I opened snmp on all every printer and the system show all priters success

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