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How to use sm -util

Hi all ,

I want to know how to use sm -util command and if it is required to give parameter to it.

Please provide details for this command 


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Warren-Colorado Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: How to use sm -util

Good morning,

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Re: How to use sm -util

This question is related to HP service manager 

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Re: How to use sm -util

I think you would probably want to talk to HP Support befor using this paramater.  This is what I found:

sm –util

The Service Manager Database utilities can be used to perform actions similar to the Database Manager utility within Service Manager. Use only as directed by customer support

see page 13:




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