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- Develop content
- Populate the RTSM
- Event Processing Interface
- Integrate the OMi UI with other applications
- Automate operator functions and event change detection
- Integrate external event processes
- Command-Line Interfaces
- Web Service Interfaces
- Groovy scripts
- Service Health
This section provides integrators with information to allow them to programmatically automate operator functions and detect event changes. Most operations that an operator can do in the console while working on events can be done programmatically, to improve efficiency.
For information about integrating applications for event synchronization, see Forward events and synchronize event changes.
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