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UCMDB10.22 and SM9.41 integration error


I am workingon UCMDB10.22 to SM9.41 integeration but confused which adapter to use . There are four adapters and all are working and showing successful connection.




4. ServiceManagerEnhancedAdapter9.x

Which one should I prefere for integration.


I tried with ServiceManagerEnhancedAdapter9.x but it is showing error like

"NO MAPPING IS FOUND FOR tql ' SM Comoputer Push 2.0', or cannot retrieve mapping from SM side by querynodename  [computer". Please configure in smPushConf.xml or SM configuration

So I was trying to add the query name in suggested file but I have below doubt?

what is  resourcecollectionname and resourcename??

Please help. Also find the atachment for your reference.










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Re: UCMDB10.22 and SM9.41 integration error



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