Is there a way to allow the list of manufactor and equipment type to be edited and extended within SCSM2012. I guess as the class is sealed this is not possible. I tried adding the unsealed version and then the seal versions of the other Mp but this does not work ?
Hello Steve, Will there come a update for SCSM 2012? or can i import this one in SCSM 2012?
Hi Andre, Have you tried these MP 's in 2012, did it work for you Let me know Thank you Regards, Praveen
Hi There, When will the Management Packs for SCSM 2012 be available thank you Regards, Praveen
i will really appreciate if anyone can update this important package for SCSM2012. Additionally, i will want classes for managing SLA, maintenance contracts, Software (and SAM)and warranties. i am sorry for asking too much but i am a newbie and greatly impressed with SCSM and your utility (asst management extensions). This will save us more than $250k if i have this extension as opposed to go the provance or other MP way. Thanks Adewale
Hi, an update for SCSM 2012 would really be appreciated :) thanks
Hi there Which Database holds the AssetManagement
BaseClass so that we can update the order number details using a SQL query? King Regards, Umang
Hi Steve, I was just wondering if you have any plans to update this to support SCSM 2012?
Hy Steve! First of all, thanks for the post! Is it possible to get this view in the Configuration Items Root Folder and not in the Wunderbar? I have tried to change the Parent Folder to the ConfigurationMa
nagementService Manager.Console .ConfigurationM anagement.Confi gItem.Root. When i import the MP i get an error: "The management pack you are attempting to import contains one or more missing image or assembly resources. Please create a management pack bundle and try importing again." Do you have any ideas to solve this problem? Thanks and best regards, Chris
Sorry I never answered this, the notifications don't seem to have been e-mailing me. Yes it can sit in the Configuration Items root, that's where I originally had it all until someone suggested a separate wunderbar. I'll take a look when I get a minute and let you know the exact xml lines you'll need to change.
Thanks for the blogpost about importing the "goods" :) Is it possible to delete your default suppliers, models etc. When i try the delete button is greyed out. Do i have to modify one of the mp´s before importing it? btw, i used the wrong LiveID in my last question... Regards Peter
All the default suppliers, models etc are stored in the AssetManagement
Lists management pack. I've included all of the unsealed xml MP's in the "Unsealed MPs" directory, feel free to modify these to your hearts content and remove and that you don't want. Only thing that will need doing if you do is the MP's will need resealing using your own snk file and the references in the other MP's updating with your public key and again, those resealing. Would you like another blog post on how to do that? ;) Cheers, SB
hi Steve. can you please do that for this specific scenario? regards PEM
or can you provide a version with empty lists?
When I find a free minute I'm about ready to release this again, with some minor improvements, including empty lists as default. Bear with me, it should be up soon. Regards, Steve
Hi Thanks Steve for at exelent MP! Is it possible to import for example Network Infratructure Assets from a csv/excel sheet? Or if we got the assets in an other SQL application? Regards Peter
Hi Peter, It's perfectly possible to import using CSV. If you check the documentation included in the zip file it lists all the properties used for the Network infrastructure class and the key values. Use these to build the XML used by the console CSV import feature and structure the CSV file appropriatly and you're away! If you wanted to import directly from the other SQL application, you could use Opalis and setup a runbook using the SCSM Integration Pack to query your SQL DB, load the required data onto the Databus and then push it back into SCSM. If I get time I'll pop a blog post up on how to import via CSV. Cheers, SB
Blog post now up: http://systemsc
entre.blogspot. com/2011/05/imp orting-data-int o-service-manag er.html