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node group map settings

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Hello Experts,

Is there any way to create node group map settings via command line in NNMi ?

version we use is NNMi 10 running on windows platfrom

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nnmnodegroupmapsettings.ovpl — Command line tool used to create, update, modify, and delete Node
Group Map Settings.
SYNOPSIS
nnmnodegroupmapsettings.ovpl -u <user> -p <password> [-?]
-create -nodeGroup <NODEGROUP> [<OPTIONS>]
-delete (-nodeGroup <NODEGROUP>]) | -uuid <UUID>
-exists (-nodeGroup <NODEGROUP>]) | -uuid <UUID>
-list [-nodeGroup <NODEGROUP> | -uuid <UUID>] [-format <FORMAT>]
-update (-nodeGroup <NODEGROUP> | -uuid <UUID>) [<OPTIONS>]
<OPTIONS> ::= -bgImage <BGIMAGE> -bgScale <BGSCALE> -connThresh <CONN_THRESHOLD> -connType
<CONNTYPE>
-ifaceFilter <IFACE_FILTER> -isConnNodeGroups <IS_CONN_NODE_GROUPS> -isConnNodes
<IS_CONN_NODES> -isL2conn <IS_L2CONN>
-isShowIncidents <IS_SHOW_INCIDENTS> -isVisio <IS_VISIO> -isL2connEdit <IS_L2CONN_EDIT>
<-isNeighborConn > <-neighborConnFilter > -mapRefresh <MAP_REFRESH>
-maxEndpoints <MAX_ENDPOINTS> -maxNodes <MAX

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nnmnodegroupmapsettings.ovpl — Command line tool used to create, update, modify, and delete Node
Group Map Settings.
SYNOPSIS
nnmnodegroupmapsettings.ovpl -u <user> -p <password> [-?]
-create -nodeGroup <NODEGROUP> [<OPTIONS>]
-delete (-nodeGroup <NODEGROUP>]) | -uuid <UUID>
-exists (-nodeGroup <NODEGROUP>]) | -uuid <UUID>
-list [-nodeGroup <NODEGROUP> | -uuid <UUID>] [-format <FORMAT>]
-update (-nodeGroup <NODEGROUP> | -uuid <UUID>) [<OPTIONS>]
<OPTIONS> ::= -bgImage <BGIMAGE> -bgScale <BGSCALE> -connThresh <CONN_THRESHOLD> -connType
<CONNTYPE>
-ifaceFilter <IFACE_FILTER> -isConnNodeGroups <IS_CONN_NODE_GROUPS> -isConnNodes
<IS_CONN_NODES> -isL2conn <IS_L2CONN>
-isShowIncidents <IS_SHOW_INCIDENTS> -isVisio <IS_VISIO> -isL2connEdit <IS_L2CONN_EDIT>
<-isNeighborConn > <-neighborConnFilter > -mapRefresh <MAP_REFRESH>
-maxEndpoints <MAX_ENDPOINTS> -maxNodes <MAX

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