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uCMDB Relationship questions

At an important customer implementation of  UD + uCMDB + with integrations to HPSMv9.32 and HPAMv9.4;
we have a UDv10 and uCMDBv10.1 CP12 setup and has discovered several CIs and their Automatically discovered relationships.

1.
Is it possible to change the relationship display name of the auto discovered relationship ?
2.
Is it adviseable to change these relationship display names from a product upgrade, supportted; maintanability stand point ?

For several CIs presently in HPSM, (which have been migrated from HPSD) which are ‘non-discovered’ by UD (although they are discoverable if licenses are available)
1.
Is it advisable to import these hierrachical SD/SM Relationship into uCMDB for impact analysis purposes ?
2.
For such non-Discovered (or logical CI) relationships, are there any restrictions of any kind

a.
Numbers

b.
Display length

c.
Impact analysis logics
3.
Is there a best practise guide for ‘Custom relationship’

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Re: uCMDB Relationship questions

That's my 5 cents from first two questions.

1. Relationship in UCMDB usually showing link type. It represent type of relationship between CIs. You could create new types of relationships if you need so.

2. No.

 

I can't really understand others 😞

 

 

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-Dmitry Gomel, PMP
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