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UCMDB Tip: How to export UCMDB Class Model into HTML

Hello All,

 

Starting from UCMDB ver.10.01 it is possible to export UCMDB Class Model into Javadoc (HTML) format.

 

This can be done from the following places:

 

  • The UCMDB front page (UCMDB Class Model)
  • The Help menu of UCMDB (UCMDB Class Model)
  • The toolbar of CI Type Manager (View UCMDB Class Model)
  • The toolbar of Package Manager (View UCMDB Class Model)

 

Depending on the setting "Authentication for Class Model HTML export", UCMDB will or will not require the user to authenticate. UCMDB will then generate the Javadoc export for the CITs in UCMDB (this may take up to 1 minute) and redirect the user to the HTML report. The HTML report will be opened in a new browser tab (the browser must allow this) if opened from within the applet. 

 

The HTML report will contain a list of all the packages in UCMDB containing CITs, along with the CITs (relationships and CI types). The inheritance in the class model will be reflected in the report, at the level of CITs, relationships and inherited attributes. 

 

Result files will be stored in the following location:

UCMDBServer\deploy\ucmdb-ui\static\classmodel\export

 

Regards,

Irina

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