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Agent Definitions

Agent Definitions

Agent Definitions

Does anybody know where I might find a list of Unicenter agents and their definitions?


Gary <><

RE: Agent Definitions

Please clarify. What do you mean by agent definitions?

RE: Agent Definitions

The agent names in DSM Wizard, for example, are not easy to decipher.  Names such as CaiUxOs, for example, are somewhat obvious, but even then it's hard to know exactly what each agent is and it's scope.  I wanted to find out if someone (or CA) has a document that details each agent.


Gary <><

RE: Agent Definitions

I see. I havn't seen anything like that. Documentation for the product can be scarce at the best of times.


RE: Agent Definitions


Try to look at the DSM's .dat and .cnf (in SERVICES\CONFIG\AWS_NSM\DM) files.
Some of them contain a description of the agent. Unfortunatelly not all...


RE: Agent Definitions

Thanks for the info.

Kind regards,

Gary <><

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