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Oracle LMS Question

I am trying to decipher the 2 and 3 character codes that identify which LMS Options are installed.  Some of them are fairly self explanatory, but others not so much.  Specifically I'm looking to identify what DT, DD, and AA mean.  Does anyone know where I might find a "glossary of terms" to help explain these codes?

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Re: Oracle LMS Question

Hello ,

We suggest to contact the support team to receive an specfic details about your concern.

 

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Melissa Carranza Mejias
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Re: Oracle LMS Question

Hi Rose,

 

Oracle LMS is executing SELECT queries and putting the information into ConfigurationDocument CIs. If you know which SELECT query gives the output of these DT,DD and AA abreviations, you will be able to find some oracle documentation explaining them.  You can see that information in the communication log of the adapters.

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Petko Popadiyski

Freelance UCMDB Consultant

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