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Display subtype attributes on a report?

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Is it possible to display subtype attributes on a report?  I'm trying to create a report using the Computer ci type but I would like to include the Windows specific attributes.  Is it possible to do this?

 

I'm using UCMDB 9.05 CUP10.

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All I can think of are 'workarounds' for the behavior... for example, using visual basic to modify the spreadsheet after it is created or creating custom attributes at a higher level (compuer) than windows and unix, then using an enrichment to copy the field values.  None of which are difficult, but as easy as adding subtype attributes.  You may want to submit an enhancement request for this.

 

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I created a report using a view with computer and windows CIs, I am displaying attributes from both. Its not clear to me why woudn't use windows cis for the report. You may place more details like simulation a report.

 

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Yeah, I know I can add the Windows CI in separately.  I'm trying to build a report of every server in the environment and when I add unix and windows CIs seperately and export the report to excel it is a mess because each field is unique to the CI.

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All I can think of are 'workarounds' for the behavior... for example, using visual basic to modify the spreadsheet after it is created or creating custom attributes at a higher level (compuer) than windows and unix, then using an enrichment to copy the field values.  None of which are difficult, but as easy as adding subtype attributes.  You may want to submit an enhancement request for this.

 

Keith

HP Support

Hope this helps,
Keith Paschal
UCMDB Worldwide Support Lead
Micro Focus Support
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Bummer.

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