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Datamodevent table

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Hi everyone,

I have a question about the datamodevent table and the process for updating the CI's attributes. Because I have to update some attributes, but they are at another table; and updating is done only on the device table.

My table is cmdbparts and may have more than one CI record. and their fields are logical.name, num.serie, num.part, eof, type and comments.

 How can i do to update the attributes in my table cmdbparts?

Thanks a lot for your attention.

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Re: Datamodevent table

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Actually, datamod events run against the jointable for the corresponding device type (for example, joincomputer is the join of the device and computer tables for a server). The fields tracked are defined in Tailoring > Web Services > Discovery Event Manager and include fields from both device and the corresponding attribute table.

If the cmdbparts supports an additional device type, then a join table should exist after running the wizard to add the new device type. Create a DEM record mapped to the join table for device-cmdbparts.

If, however, the CMDB parts table is essentially an additional attribute table (so that a computer has data in device, computer, and cmdbparts), I am not aware of a way to make it work in DEM. You could try defining a DEM rule for just cmdbparts, but that may be too granular.

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Re: Datamodevent table

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Actually, datamod events run against the jointable for the corresponding device type (for example, joincomputer is the join of the device and computer tables for a server). The fields tracked are defined in Tailoring > Web Services > Discovery Event Manager and include fields from both device and the corresponding attribute table.

If the cmdbparts supports an additional device type, then a join table should exist after running the wizard to add the new device type. Create a DEM record mapped to the join table for device-cmdbparts.

If, however, the CMDB parts table is essentially an additional attribute table (so that a computer has data in device, computer, and cmdbparts), I am not aware of a way to make it work in DEM. You could try defining a DEM rule for just cmdbparts, but that may be too granular.

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Re: Datamodevent table

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Thanks a lot for your answer .

 

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How to force to quit a wizard??

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 Hi,

I need to force to quit a wizard after execute the actions ?

 

Thanks for u help!!

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