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Enable Aging Attribute

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Is there somewhere, whether in the JMX console or the UI, where I can run a report that will tell me what CIT's have the "Enable Aging Attribute" set to True?

I dont want to see all my CI's, but just the CI Types.

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Roger
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Hello,

 

There is no OOTB report that can give you this information.

 

One way you could get it is by writting a java program and use API to query the classmodel and get this information.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Adrian

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Hi,

On CIT level you can only check what is the default value for "Enable Aging" for this particular CIT.

Aging does not work on CIT level, but rather on individual CIs. You can have for example CIs of type "Windows" - some of them can have "false", some "true". Those with "false" will not be aged.

 

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Gregory

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Gregory,
I appreciate the reply and I understand where the aging takes place. However you can set that attribute at the Parent CIT , i.e. Net device, and let it flow down to its child CIT's, i.e Router. What i want to be able to do is run a report that tells me what CIT's have the attribute set to True.
Roger
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Hello,

 

There is no OOTB report that can give you this information.

 

One way you could get it is by writting a java program and use API to query the classmodel and get this information.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Adrian

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Thank you
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Typical for something like this to overlooked. 

 

 

You could try something like this....

 

SELECT 
	CLASS_NAME
FROM 
	CCM_CLASSES
WHERE 
	CLASS_ID IN (
		SELECT
			[CLASS_ID]
		FROM 
			CCM_ATTRIBUTE
		WHERE
			ATTRIBUTE_NAME = 'root_enableageing'
		)

 

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