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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-10-20T10:37:34Z by devil786
devil786
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Pinned topic auto population rule using data fetcher

‏2012-10-16T11:53:06Z |
Hi,
is it possible to view the relevant events after clicking a service node under service availability tab, if it is created using a data fetcher.i have checked it my self, but not sured yet.
Updated on 2012-10-20T10:37:34Z at 2012-10-20T10:37:34Z by devil786
  • dmcclure
    dmcclure
    54 Posts

    Re: auto population rule using data fetcher

    ‏2012-10-17T18:25:35Z  
    Yes, any instance you click on will filter any/all events that match related to that instance's rules and identification fields.

    Doug
  • devil786
    devil786
    126 Posts

    Re: auto population rule using data fetcher

    ‏2012-10-18T12:53:23Z  
    • dmcclure
    • ‏2012-10-17T18:25:35Z
    Yes, any instance you click on will filter any/all events that match related to that instance's rules and identification fields.

    Doug
    Hi,
    thanks for your reply, i have tested this and now events were displayed for the service instance, i clicked on, FYI those events are not available under the object server AEL on which TBSM is running on , they are coming from some other object server, running separated from the TBSM setup, so in this case will i e able to view the events for a specific service instance?
  • devil786
    devil786
    126 Posts

    Re: auto population rule using data fetcher

    ‏2012-10-18T13:11:01Z  
    • devil786
    • ‏2012-10-18T12:53:23Z
    Hi,
    thanks for your reply, i have tested this and now events were displayed for the service instance, i clicked on, FYI those events are not available under the object server AEL on which TBSM is running on , they are coming from some other object server, running separated from the TBSM setup, so in this case will i e able to view the events for a specific service instance?
    correction to my last post,

    i have tested this and NO events were displayed for the service instance i clicked on, FYI those events are not coming from the object server on which TBSM is running on , they are coming from some other object server, running separately from the TBSM setup, so in this case will i able to view the events for a specific service instance(s) (created using auto population rules from data fecthers, from that isolated object server).
  • dmcclure
    dmcclure
    54 Posts

    Re: auto population rule using data fetcher

    ‏2012-10-18T13:17:11Z  
    • devil786
    • ‏2012-10-18T12:53:23Z
    Hi,
    thanks for your reply, i have tested this and now events were displayed for the service instance, i clicked on, FYI those events are not available under the object server AEL on which TBSM is running on , they are coming from some other object server, running separated from the TBSM setup, so in this case will i e able to view the events for a specific service instance?
    This behavior would only work with the OMNIbus which TBSM is connected to. There's a 1:1 relationship there. IIRC support for multiple OMNIbus servers has been logged as an enhancement.

    Doug
  • devil786
    devil786
    126 Posts

    Re: auto population rule using data fetcher

    ‏2012-10-20T10:37:34Z  
    answered correctly by Doug in his last post.