Inventory Report Needs to be Automate in NNM

Idea ID 2826536

Inventory Report Needs to be Automate in NNM

NNM version 2019.11

Customer have certain requirement to schedule NNM inventory report from tab Inventory>> Node, Interface, Chassis, Card, Physical Sensors, Ports where all node attributes can be exported. Do we have any flexibility to do that as a part of auto scheduling. FYI.. Customer don’t have iSPI and any add-on installed, they wants to do it from NNM only.

Since we are using 30 NNM instances without any GNM setup, How we can automate this on daily basis.

4 Comments
Honored Contributor.
Honored Contributor.

I'd settle for a command-line interface for exporting this data and I'll schedule it via Operations Agent scheduled task policy, cron, or Windows scheduler.

Super Contributor.. Super Contributor..
Super Contributor..

Thanks for your inputs. Can you share code you written because customer expecting exact same contents available on UI of NNM. 

Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor

Hi,
If Customer doesn't procure  and install any add on products like iSPI, then scheduling auto reports from NNMi itself becomes a huge challenge. Hence, this feature must in incorporated in NNMi. 

Thanks & Regards,
Vipul Shrivastava

Pls. share and vote

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
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