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Push integration wrong

Hi,

 

It's my first time using UCMDB. I need to do a Push integration, from UCMDB to Service Manager. I follow the guide from this steps:

 

How to Add a CI Type to the Integration for Data Push 149
How to Add the CI Type to the UCMDB Class Model 150
How to Create a TQL Query to Synchronize the CI Type 153
How to Add the CI Type’s Attributes to the TQL Layout 156
How to Add the CI Type in Service Manager 158
How to Create Web Service Fields to Support the CI Type 161
How to Add Managed Fields to Support the CI Type 163
How to Map the CI Type’s TQL Query to an XSL Transformation File 165
How to Map the CI Type’s Attributes to Web Service Fields 167
How to Add a CI Type’s Relationship Types to the Integration for Data Push 172
How to Add a Push Mapping Entry for Each Relationship Type of the CI Type 173
How to Create a TQL Query to Push Each Relationship Type of the CI Type 174
How to Map Each Relationship Type TQL to an XSL Transformation File 176
How to Add Custom TQL Queries to Data Push Jobs 178

 

When i run the Job, the status is "Completed successfully" but don't create the CI's at Service Manager. If i run an out of the box job it creates the CI at Service Manager. Exist another thing i don't made? Any suggestions?

 

Thank you

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