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SCSM: Using multiple key properties in classes

When configuring new classes in Service Manager, you always need to specify a key property. This property must have a unique value for all instantiated objects of that specific class. Often a key property is created by using an id … Continue reading

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CSV-Import of Objects using Type Projections

A while ago I have written a post about CSV Import of objects. Last time I was just mentioning about importing objects of specific classes. But what about importing objects of combination classes (aka type projections)? This would be the … Continue reading

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Bringing discovered SCOM objects to Service Manager – Part 2/2

In the first part of this series I showed how to synchronize objects that live in SCOM to the Service Manager CMDB. This works fine, but in some situations it’s possible that objects will not be visible – because they … Continue reading

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Bringing discovered SCOM objects to Service Manager – Part 1/2

Service Manager allows to build a comprehensive CMDB by using connectors. One very important connector is the SCOM CI connector (System Center Operations Manager) that allows objects that are discovered and monitored by SCOM to be synchronized with the Service … Continue reading

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CSV Import of Objects

Sometimes it is necessary to import a bunch of objects at the same time, for instance when you create a new custom class for managing objects that only live in Service Manager and cannot be imported by using connectors. For … Continue reading

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