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Restore deleted integration queries

I'm new to UCMDB and I was experimenting with created an AM Push integration to copy discovered CIs into an Asset Manager system.  My integration job failed because all the queries don't exist.  These should exist out of the box, according to the documentation.  I imagine that in my poking around the system, I may have deleted something that took the queries out with it?

 

In any event, is there a way to restore or import these queries from somewhere without having to do a complete reinstall of UCMDB?

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Re: Restore deleted integration queries

You could restore the database, export and import the Adapter or the TQL and Queries from another UCMDB instance.

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Re: Restore deleted integration queries

There should be four AM adapters listed in Package Manager.  When you look at the content that came with the UD version you are using, and subsequent content pack updates, you should ultimately find four packages:

 

AMAdapter

AMGenericAdapter

AMPushAdapter

AMPushAdapterAPI_9.41

 

That's what I see in my system.  When I look inside content pack 15 I see the following:

 

AMAdapter.zip

AMGenericAdapter.zip

AMPushAdapter.zip

 

In CP 15 Update 1 I see:

 

AMPushAdapter.zip

 

I'm not sure where we got the other one, except perhaps left over from upgrade.

 

You can import the zip packages individually.

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