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Ali_A Absent Member.
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NNMi use real time data

Hello Friends,

I 'am wondering if i can use real time data from NNMI to be used in third part application a map for exemple, So is it recommanded to use log files for example or dump from database ??

Any feedbecks/recommandation will be appreciated.

BR,

Ali.

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Erno Petro Super Contributor.
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Re: NNMi use real time data

Hello Ali,

Please, be a little bit more specific 😉 Can you explain your idea, expectations?

        Erno

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Ali_A Absent Member.
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Re: NNMi use real time data

Hello Erno,

 

In fact, i'am planning to use real time events comming on NNMI on another map , this map will be a dynamic map that will show the status of the differents equipements but i don't know how to export real time data from NNMi?

i hope it is more clear now.

BR,

Ali.

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Erno Petro Super Contributor.
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Re: NNMi use real time data

Hello ALi,

If I understand well, you want to forward all the incidents which appear in the NNMi Incident Browser.

If yes, you can do it with e.g. NorthBound integration

I hope, did not misunderstand you 🙂

            best regards

                   Erno

p.s.: what are "real time events" and "real time data"

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Ali_A Absent Member.
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Re: NNMi use real time data

Hello Erno,

 

Thank you for your response, real time alarms or events means the events comming on the incident browser, In fact i need this events to be shown on a home made map so how can perform the northbound integration ??

 

BR,

Ali.

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