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Content development - step-by-step guide to get custom data from Operations Agent data source

I have created document describing what I did to create model and ETLs to get data from custom PA data source.

It's possible to upload only pictures in this forum 😞 ... so I have placed the copy on my dropbox. You can download it from 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/4507ama7e1o245k/HPE_OBR_PA_Datasource_ETL_howto_v1.pdf?dl=0

I hope you will find it usefull. I am interested in your comments, so put it here.

Milan

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Re: Content development - step-by-step guide to get custom data from Operations Agent data source

Milan, this is a very good example that many people should be able to use as a template for simple agent based content packs. Great work, and looking forward to your continued contributions.

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Re: Content development - step-by-step guide to get custom data from Operations Agent data source

Hi Milan,

Can you repost this? The dropbox link you shared is not accessible.

Thank you!!

 

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Re: Content development - step-by-step guide to get custom data from Operations Agent data source

For me dropbox link works, but to have an alternative I have uploaded the same file to google drive -> https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bxxz4S-3VTBBb3FMcjBZVzBZWjQ/view?usp=sharing

Milan

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