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UCMDB to 3rd Party Application Integration

Dear Experts,

 

We have a requirement to Integrate UCMDB to 3rd Party Application ( which is also a Inventory Tool). This integration is expected to be one way which is from uCMDB to 3rd Party. How can we get this type of integration done?

 

 

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The answer will depend on the ways your 3rd party application can consume the external data.

You can have a look at UCMDB to XML adapter to see if it fits your needs. If not, then read about developing Push Adapters in the UCMDB Developer Reference Guide.

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They wanted to use uCMDB Webservice, I provided them ucmdb wsdl, and the parameters which they can to get ucmdb data. Have asked them to us "getfilteredCIsbyCIType".

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Hi 

We have a similar requirement in our environment. Could you please guide me what you did through the web services. I am following the developer reference guide but as a newbie i am not getting how to do this.

As i understood

I need to provide him the URL of wsdl.

Credentials ? LDAP or local.

JAR files? what type of jar files i need to provide him. I mean i had given hin the access of view only.

 

Please guide me what to do. 

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Super Contributor.

Hi,

Web services is legacy. You should use UCMDB Java API or Rest API.

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