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Relationship Location versus Nodes

Hello please have a look at these posts and please share your thoughts with me about the architectural solutions:



Relationship location with Nodes

My company has around 600+ locations around the globe.  I read about the enrichment rules, but i don't think it makes sense to create 600 separated rules.... I would like to do it more sufficient

The locations have been loaded into the location CI.

We would like to have visibility in the ucmdb UI between Location and Node CI's, same in the ucmdb.

First of all how do we need to built the relationship between location and Node ci's. Should we use the subnets for this, if yes how to set it up ?

Secondly we need the reports for this

Third we would like to see these in the ucmdb browser ?

Would appreciate any idea's / suggestions






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Hello ,

We hope you are doing great!

We have the possibility to export the views in PDF , CVS etc .

In browser we can see the views that you make in the UI.

Best Regarsd,

Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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