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Aayush56 Honored Contributor.
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UCMDB 10.32

Hi,

I need to export the report with the relationship from the uCMDB. I don't know whether it is possible or not but my reuiremnet depends on this. 

 

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Re: Suggestions

You can create TQLs to show that a specific relationship exists between 2 CIs, but is that what you're really asking?  Are you wanting to know things like:  I have 4,256,989 'composition' relationships in my database?  Can you be more specific?

Hope this helps,
Keith Paschal
UCMDB Worldwide Support Lead
Micro Focus Support
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Aayush56 Honored Contributor.
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Re: Suggestions

Hi Kelth,

 

What i am looking is someting like this :

I want to create some relatiosnhips which will describe the designation of a person in the link display name 

UNIX----->(owner relationship)----------> PERSON.

So when i am exporting a report then i want to see if it is possible that i can export the relationship also in that. I want to define my own relationship not the ones which i already have in ucmdb. Is It possible.

Regards

Ayush

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