Get rid of (or hide) the 2 default Integration Points 'UCMDBDiscovery' and 'HistoryDataSource'

Idea ID 2767795

Get rid of (or hide) the 2 default Integration Points 'UCMDBDiscovery' and 'HistoryDataSource'

hi,

by default there are 2 integration points in integration studio:

  • UCMDBDiscovery
  • HistoryDataSource

these integration points aren't of any use for end users and do just irritate.

I guess there is an internal reason for them, so it would be great if you could at least hide them for end users (also in new CMS UI).

thanks

daniel

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Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
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Please ensure these can still be seen as integration points - i.e. by extended view or so. It is important in order to understand how reconciliation priority works, that it is also understood that at least the UCMDB Discovery in fact acts as an integration. Also for the COP model it is important to understand, that discovery is a provider as well as other integrations.

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