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uCMDB: Application Mapping Automation

Hi Experts,

We are using uCMDB 8.02.

Is there a way to do application mapping through some scripts or job? Till now we have been mapping the applications manually.

Thanks,
Vatsalya

 

 

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Hi Vatsalya,

Currently there is no script or job available out of box to create a view.

I do not see a reason why you need a job or script to create an application mapping. Each application uses differnt specifications,differnt database, differnt ports, different way of communications.

If the base view is common for your infrastructure then you can create a model or a base view, make use of it and create spearate view for each application this will reduce some of your manual effort.

Regards,
Nagendra Swamy
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Thanks Narendra for your response!

We are importing Infrastructure data in bulk of an external network using CSV file import discovery job. Since the data is in large quantity and there is possibility of more to come in future, we are looking for ways to make application mapping automatic.

Regards,
Vatsalya
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Hi,

have you found any document or can you guide me how to build,I need to build the application map?

Regards,
hp4u
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