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How to transfer CITs from one UCMDB to another?

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Hi All,

 

I need to transfer custom made CITs from one UCMDB inctance to another. I found there is export function in CIT manager which allows export into excel but it seems there is no import functionality. Is there any way it can be done (apart from recreating them manually :)?

 

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Re: How to transfer CITs from one UCMDB to another?

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You could use JMX for this purpose. Many automation tools supporting this. 

Below is couple of possible options for xNIX and Windows platform: > http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1751130/calling-jmx-mbean-method-from-a-shell-script .

http://crawler.archive.org/cmdline-jmxclient/

Hope this helps.

 

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Re: How to transfer CITs from one UCMDB to another?

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forgot to mention - I'm using UCMDB 10.10.
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Administraton -> Package Manager -> New Package/Give the name -> Resource Selection -> Model/Configuration Item Types -> Choose what  you need and create the package.

Then find new craeted package and press export to local directory (the icon with zip).

 

Deploy the package on different system.

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Re: How to transfer CITs from one UCMDB to another?

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True for any UCMDB version...

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Thanks Dima
That's what I am after.

Is it somehow possible to do from the command line rather than from the GUI?
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There is no CMD for it. There are two options - JMX or GUI only.

Please elaborate on your problem...

 

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The intention was to automate some deployment tasks, eg storing ucmdb resources under the change control system or moving resources from development environment to production.
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You could use JMX for this purpose. Many automation tools supporting this. 

Below is couple of possible options for xNIX and Windows platform: > http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1751130/calling-jmx-mbean-method-from-a-shell-script .

http://crawler.archive.org/cmdline-jmxclient/

Hope this helps.

 

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-Dmitry Gomel, PMP
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Re: How to transfer CITs from one UCMDB to another?

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Thanks Dima
I guess I need another read of the Admin Guide particularly chapter 7 🙂
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