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OMi/OA subagent policies?

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Hello,


In OML 9.XX it was possible to define an OA subagent, manually by editing some configuration files/policies (there was no UI for doing it). Ovc -status then reported the subagent and it you were also able to start/stop it. This way our SPI was always running and was entirely managed within the agent (no need to have extra services outside OA).


Is this still a viable option with OMi? If not, what's the alternative?


Best regards.

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Generally speaking this is agent functionality (eg creating/managing registration files) which is independent of whether the mgmtsv is OM or OMi.  The only proviso would be if your subagent depends on some server-side functionality - eg, custom policy type (technically possible with OML) - to do what it needs to do. 

 

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Generally speaking this is agent functionality (eg creating/managing registration files) which is independent of whether the mgmtsv is OM or OMi.  The only proviso would be if your subagent depends on some server-side functionality - eg, custom policy type (technically possible with OML) - to do what it needs to do. 

 

CP.

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