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Retrieving data from a view when running jar file

Hi,

 

I'm currently working on a java script (using Eclipse) and I'd like to get from you guys an example of a script that I could use to retrieve data from a view created within uCMDB.

In this view, I want to get the IP addresses (with their subnets) linked to Unix CI Type:

View definition:
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Unix --> IPAddress
IP Subnet --> IPAddress

Report:

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Unix

  |------> IPAddress

           |------> IP Subnet

 

When running the jar script, I would like to get the following attributes:

Unix [Name], Unix [DiscoveredOsName], IPAddress [Display Label], Subnet [Display Label]

I don't know what's the correct syntax to retrive those specific attributes.

Should you have a precise and complete example, I would be grateful 🙂

 

Thank you,

Regards,

Bruno

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Re: Retrieving data from a view when running jar file

Hello Bruno ,

I hope you are doign great .

We do not have a script with an specific modifications to retrieve information however we hava a PSO team that will help you to create a script with any necessity that you have .

It is because we need to care the customer environments at the moment of any change .

Best Regards,

 

Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: Retrieving data from a view when running jar file

 Hi Melissa,

 

I'm good and thank you for your feedback.

How can I get in touch with the team you're talking about? (we hava a PSO team that will help you to create a script with any necessity that you have)

Thank you,

Regards,

Bruno

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Re: Retrieving data from a view when running jar file

Hello Bruno ,

Please contact your sales representative and he/she will create a connection with the PSO team .

 

Best Regards ,

Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: Retrieving data from a view when running jar file

Thank you Melissa but how can I get in touch with the PSO team ?

 

Regards,

Bruno Martin

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Re: Retrieving data from a view when running jar file

Hello Bruno ,

Please contact your sales representative , he/she  will contact the PSO services. PSO team will help you in specific requeriments or customizations .

Best Regards ,

Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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