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logical application class

Looking at the CI type manager I find several CI types which say "Obsolete class: replaced by logical_application_class".  One example is the Business Service View CIT.

Where do I find information on the logical application class?  I don't see it in the CIT manager.

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Hello

 

On previous version there was an inform to check the classes deprecated

https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/doc/KM1155964?fileName=hp_man_UCMDB9.03_CI_Types_Relations_inform_pdf.pdf

Since 10.3x was added a link on the main windows of UCMDB interface called

Class Model, here you will find all the information about the obsolete classes  or deprecated

 

Best Regards

Allan Alberto Rojas Vargas
Software Support Engineer

allan-alberto.rojas.vargas@microfocus.com

 

 

 

 

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Alan Alberto Rojas
uCMDB Engineer
allan-alberto.rojas.vargas @microfocus.com



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Looking at the CI Type: Business Services View in the document you referenced I find the following:

Description: Obsolete class. Replaced by logical_application class

However if I search the document I don't find any references which describe the logical_application class.

Where can I find the details for the logical_application class?

Paul

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