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Discovering Custom Applications

Hello,

 

We are a Financial institue with many custorm and special applications. We would like to discover them, because we would like to know if a new instance of an application is created.

 

What is the way to discover custom application on nodes?

 

BR,

 

Krisztian

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Re: Discovering Custom Applications

Hi,

 

You can discover applications by Host application by shell, by SNMP, by Powershell, by WMI jobs. Another option is to run the by Inventory Discovery by scanner jobs. However, since you are trying to discover CUstom applications, for the Host Application jobs you will need to add your Custom applications to the applicationsSignature.xml file , if you are running the Inventory Discovery by scanner job, you will need to add your Custom applications to the User.zsai.

 

Please let me know if you require further details.

Thanks

 

HP Support
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Re: Discovering Custom Applications

Hello,

 

Thanks. Yes, I would like to have futher details, because we want to implement this...

 

Can you please clarify where can I find the "applicationsSignature.xml" file, how can it be modified?

 

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How to edit User.zsai?

 

 

BR,

 

Krisztian

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Re: Discovering Custom Applications

 

Hi,

 

The "applicationsSignature.xml" can be edited from the Web UI of UCMDB -->Adapter Management as in the screenshot, choose the pencil to edit this file.

 

The application teaching using User.zsai is included in the Inventory Discovery Tools document attached page 122. 

 

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