Monthly Archives: March 2013

“How to create HP ProLiant objects manually in the CMDB”

Many of my customers start their Service Manager implementation by implementing Configuration Management first. This indeed makes sense, because as soon as objects and relationships are available in the CMDB and under change control, they know what’s going on behind … Continue reading

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Adding an ID or auto incrementing property to default classes

We have lots of Service Manager customers that have comprehensive CMDBs where they store all kind of object types and relationships. When defining your very own classes you know that every class should have a key property. Often this is … Continue reading

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