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How to export CIs with attributes into a file

Hi All,

 

I need to export CIs with attributes and relationships into a file. I was trying to use XMLPushAdapter as described in the Integration Guide. It does export CIs and relationships but not attributes.

Perhaps silly question: Is it possible to construct TQL which will return attributes as well.

 

Thanks

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Re: How to export CIs with attributes into a file

The answer is fairly easy. You need to say what need to be exported. By default TQL bring only two attributes: Display Label and UCMDBid.

Every node in TQL has  Advanced Layout  Settings button, giving you option to say what will be imported. This true not only for XMLPushAdapter but for any integration.

Please check the screen shot below.

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Re: How to export CICS with attributes into a file

Thanks Dim

 

It works but i have slightly different screen - see attachment

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Re: How to export CICS with attributes into a file

That's version differences. Thanks for confirmation it worked for you.

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Re: How to export CICS with attributes into a file

Is the XML schema which is used by XMLPushAdapter to generate XML file documented somewhere?
Any XSD or DTD file?
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