I have edited the Reporter dbfields.cfg file to enable the ‘cs_uri_path’ as a filterable option and can now see it as an option in the Reporter GUI, but when looking in the Reports section on Management Center, the filter is not present. Is there anyway it can be enabled or synced to Management Center so the filters match what is shown on the Reporter?
Filter:Class=Logfile_Base:msg=This is a test. RC=9;
Jun 6 09:00:00 This is a test. RC=9
Normally this would work fine, however in this case the “=” that gets added after the filter parameter causes the REST call to fail. In other words the final querystring that gets constructed looks like ‘filter=[where][FirstName]=John’ and it should look like ‘filter[where][FirstName]=John’.
Any tips or advice how I could solve this is grealy appreciated!
I am facing unique problem with ICN Plugin Request Filter.
I have 5 different kind of ICN Plugins. I created request filter in one Plugin. But this request filter gets called by all plugins [ICN’s Default Behaviour]. I have to perform some business logic that is very specific to one particular plugin. I don’t want to put that plugin in different desktop because of some reason. Is there any way to get Caller Plugin name in ICN Request /Response Filter.
**Note** : I have implemented p8/getDocument service.
I’ve had some success with querying values out of the ViPR SRM REST API. I’ve got a question I was hoping someone could explain me if it is possible.
E, g. I’ve figured out that I can get ‘Capacity’ and ‘UsedCapacity’ by running two different queries specifying what property I want,e.g.
Is there a way I could combine them so I could see both capacity and used capacity in on query?
– Login to WebGUI
– Go to Administration -> Event Management Tools -> Filters
– Create a new filter; in Filter Conditions Basic tab, define conditions. For example, selecting Severity from drop-down list, I have to enter the value of Severity in order to complete the action. I wish to use conversions instead of enter the value.