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Event Automation

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We are launching the flow from OMI and it is working fine, now the requirement is to auto launch the flow if the service stop alert visible in Event console, please suggest.



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Hello , 


That statement from OMI integration guide "https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/doc/KM02673605?fileName=OMi_10.60_Integrations_Guide.pdf"

Tip: If you set up the integration between OO and OMi, you can also use Automatic Run Book Execution to run an OO flow as an automatic action. For details, see the OMi Administration Guide.
Although OO flows are not set up as an automatic action in the policy, you can run OO flows
automatically when the event comes into OMi, or as a result of time-based event automation.

check that in administration section 





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I did the above steps and it is failing with the following error

Failed to execute content action: com.hp.oo:oo-dotnet-web-actions-plugin:1.12.7 -> dotNETWebActions_Windows.ChangeServiceStatusReason: Action execution failed! reason: net.sf.jni4net.inj.INJException: Can't initalize jni4net Bridge

when the auto rule executed by omi OO is not getting the RAS value and when i run manually from OMI event console it works fine.


Please help

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