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How to Save an Integration Point Configuration as an Adapter Default
You can save an integration point configuration as an adapter default. This is useful if you want to use an integration point's configuration to create other integration points with a similar configuration.
This task describes how to save an integration point configuration as an adapter default.
- Define an integration point based on a particular adapter. For example, MSSMS, based on the Microsoft SMS adapter.
- Define population or push jobs and federation details.
- Save the integration point.
Save an Integration Point Configuration as an Adapter Default
Save the integration point configuration as an adapter default.
In the Integration Point pane, right-click the integration point that you created, and select Save as Adapter Default.
In the Save as Adapter Default dialog box, enter details for the adapter default as follows:
Name and Description. A name for the adapter default and a description.
Caution If you give the adapter default the same name as an existing adapter default, UCMDB treats this as though you are redefining the existing adapter default, and the new definition overwrites the existing definition. If you do not want to overwrite an existing adapter default, give the new adapter default a different name.
Path. (Optional) The path to the folder under which your adapter should be displayed in the Select Adapter dialog box (when creating a new integration point). The adapter default is displayed under the same category as the adapter that was originally used to create the integration point, in the path that you define here.
- Use only forward slashes (/) in the path.
- If you define a new folder in the path, the adapter default is displayed in that folder, under the same category as the original adapter.
If you leave the path empty, the adapter default is displayed directly under the same category as the original adapter.
Using the MSSMS integration point example introduced in the Prerequisites section above, you could save this integration point as an adapter default, calling it my_mssms_defaults and defining the path as MyAdapters/MSSMS.
The next time you create a new integration point, the my_mssms_defaults adapter default is displayed under the Third Party Products category (because the out-of-the-box Microsoft SMS adapter appears under this category), in the MyAdapters>MSSMS folder, as you specified in the path:
- When you save the adapter default, integration point parameters that are not related to the connection itself are saved in the adapter default definition.
- The code for the adapter default is added to the adapter's xml file. To delete the adapter default, see How to Remove Adapter Defaults.
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