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vergakis Super Contributor.
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Import csv file to uCMDB

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Hi all,

I am trying to import some data to uCMDB from a csv file.
I followed the steps which are described at "Chapter 10: Importing Data from External Sources" in "Discovery and Integrations Content Guide - Third Party Integrations" manual.
But when I tried to create the Integration Point I got the following error:
"Your UCMDB license entitles you to a limited number of non-HP Software Product integration points.
You have reached this limit.
You may add more HP Software Product integration points only."

The question is: Do I need an extra license for importing data from csv or I did something wrong?

Thank you in advance,

Costas

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marsella Honored Contributor.
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Re: Import csv file to uCMDB

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Hola , 

Necesitas una licencia de terceras partes (Universal CMDB Third Party Integration ), si ya la estas usando puedes desctivar/deshabilitar ese punto de integración y habilitarlo para la integracion con CSV, eso es lo que quiere decir el otro participante.

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Customers that have received the UCMDB Foundation as part of an HP product or solution can purchase a UCMDB Third Party Integration license to integrate third-party Managed Data Repositories (MDR) to the UCMDB. The data flows covered by this license include the population of CI data5 from a third-party MDR to UCMDB, the push of CI data from UCMDB to a third-party MDR, federation of data to the UCMDB, and any form of programmatic interaction between UCMDB and a third-party MDR that leads to physical duplication of CI data. Starting with UCMDB v10.0, this “HP UCMDB Third Party Integration” offering is based on a set number of third party Managed Data Repository (MDR) tiers. The following third-party MDRs (products) can be integrated with UCMDB out of the box: the BMC Atrium CMDB, the CA CMDB, Microsoft SMS/SCCM, Troux Technologies, Aperture Vista, ServiceNow, EMC Control Center, and Software AG [IDS Scheer] ARIS6 . All these integrations require the UCMDB Third Party Integration license. In addition, the following integration tools: Import from CSV file, Import from Database, Import from Excel, and Export to XML; can be activated from the UCMDB Integration Studio7 . These tools require a UCMDB Third Party Integration license. Universal CMDB Third Party Integration is available in three tiers based on the number of Managed Data Repositories: • UCMDB Third Party Integration Entry License - Customers are entitled to integrate with up to 2 third party MDRs. • UCMDB Third Party Integration Intermediate License - Customers are entitled to integrate with up to 7 third party MDRs. • UCMDB Third Party Integration Enterprise License - Customers are entitled to integrate with up to 200 third party MDRs.

 

 

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Respected Contributor.. BrunoMartin Respected Contributor..
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Re: Import csv file to uCMDB

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Hello Costas,

 

The issue you have is probably due that you don't have the required license to use integration point with CSV files.

I have the same problem but I'm using CIT (Text delimiter connector) as a workaround and it's working well.

Regards,

Bruno

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Super Contributor.. kedemk Super Contributor..
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Re: Import csv file to uCMDB

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Yes it is a license limitation.

Maybe not so desiralble, but a work around to consider: take a backup and deletion of another adpater to run the csv adpater, then backup and delete csv adpater, and restore other adapter.

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vergakis Super Contributor.
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Re: Import csv file to uCMDB

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Hi Bruno,

thank you for your quick response!

Can you be more specific, because i am new to ucmdb and i didn't understand the workaround?

Thanks again,

Regards,

Costas

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Regular Contributor.. ancasi1977 Regular Contributor..
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Re: Import csv file to uCMDB

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Hello,

To create this point of integration you must have the license "Third Party Integration"

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Outstanding Contributor.. Melissa_C_UCMDB Outstanding Contributor..
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Re: Import csv file to uCMDB

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Hello ,

Third party integration license is required to integrated the Hp application with others. Please be sure that the external app is part of the HP app support before to get the license.

Best Regards,

Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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marsella Honored Contributor.
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Re: Import csv file to uCMDB

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Hola , 

Necesitas una licencia de terceras partes (Universal CMDB Third Party Integration ), si ya la estas usando puedes desctivar/deshabilitar ese punto de integración y habilitarlo para la integracion con CSV, eso es lo que quiere decir el otro participante.

license.JPG

Mas información:

 

Customers that have received the UCMDB Foundation as part of an HP product or solution can purchase a UCMDB Third Party Integration license to integrate third-party Managed Data Repositories (MDR) to the UCMDB. The data flows covered by this license include the population of CI data5 from a third-party MDR to UCMDB, the push of CI data from UCMDB to a third-party MDR, federation of data to the UCMDB, and any form of programmatic interaction between UCMDB and a third-party MDR that leads to physical duplication of CI data. Starting with UCMDB v10.0, this “HP UCMDB Third Party Integration” offering is based on a set number of third party Managed Data Repository (MDR) tiers. The following third-party MDRs (products) can be integrated with UCMDB out of the box: the BMC Atrium CMDB, the CA CMDB, Microsoft SMS/SCCM, Troux Technologies, Aperture Vista, ServiceNow, EMC Control Center, and Software AG [IDS Scheer] ARIS6 . All these integrations require the UCMDB Third Party Integration license. In addition, the following integration tools: Import from CSV file, Import from Database, Import from Excel, and Export to XML; can be activated from the UCMDB Integration Studio7 . These tools require a UCMDB Third Party Integration license. Universal CMDB Third Party Integration is available in three tiers based on the number of Managed Data Repositories: • UCMDB Third Party Integration Entry License - Customers are entitled to integrate with up to 2 third party MDRs. • UCMDB Third Party Integration Intermediate License - Customers are entitled to integrate with up to 7 third party MDRs. • UCMDB Third Party Integration Enterprise License - Customers are entitled to integrate with up to 200 third party MDRs.

 

 

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Outstanding Contributor.. Melissa_C_UCMDB Outstanding Contributor..
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Re: Import csv file to uCMDB

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Hi,

 

Any doubt ?

 

Regards.

Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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