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How to load csv file in uCMDB9.0

I want to load a csv file to uCMDB with OOB 'import from csv' adapter in uCMDB9.0. When config 'Intergration Studio', i don't know why I need to selected CI Instance,it show nothing and I can't add the intergration point. Can anyone tell me the detail step about load csv file with uCMDB9.0? It's quite different from uCMDB8.0. Thanks!

 

 

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Re: How to load csv file in uCMDB9.0

Hi,

Make sure you followed all the steps as described in "Import CSV Data from an External Source â Scenario", chapter 28, Discovery and Integration Content Guide
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Re: How to load csv file in uCMDB9.0

Thanks!It works.Now I have another requirment to sycn uCMDB to external oracle database. I want to load data and push data. Can you tell me which adapter to use or which documents for reference? Thank you very much!
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Re: How to load csv file in uCMDB9.0

Hi,

Data Flow Management guide, Integrations chapter:

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM917034

And Developer reference guide, for the adapters :

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM917032

I guess its Generic Database adapter for the data load (population) task, but not sure if it support data push

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