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- JMX Reference
- Administration Methods
- Unified Resource Manager (URM) JMX Methods
- How to Manage UCMDB Licenses Using the JMX Console
- How to Enable Remote Access to the JMX Console
- How to Download a Zip File of Log Files and Thread Dumps
- How to Retrieve UCMDB Server Logs for a Specific Time Frame
- How to Access Support Using the JMX Console
- How to Set Master Keys
- How to Use the User Activity Log
- How to Configure UCMDB Log Levels
- How to Check the Database Connection
- How to View the KPI Dashboard
- How to Enable Validation of Host Header of a Request
- How to Show/Hide the "Cannot invoke trigger" Error Message on UI
- How to View and Track Hotfixes Applied on UCMDB Server
- How to Enable Asynchronous CI History
- How to Enable CI Properties Validation On SDK APIs
- How to Encrypt/Decrypt IP Ranges Information on the Probes
- How to Prevent Custom CI Attributes Values from Being Updated by Default Values During Reconciliation
- How to Configure Maximum Number of Condition Phrases for a Single Node
- How to Enable and Define LDAP Authentication Method
- How to Change the Priority of a User Repository
- How to Restrict User Access to a Limited Subset of the UCMDB Server JMX Methods
- High Availability Mode JMX Methods
- UCMDB Browser JMX Methods
- Package Manager JMX Methods
- History DB Services JMX Methods
- Modeling Methods
- Data Flow Management Methods
- Developer Reference Methods
- Configuration Manager Methods
- Hardening Methods
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