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Display Scope Set Name Used for Load-Balanced Discovery in History Pane
We are running load-balanced discoveries against scope groups that contain many individual scope set entries.The individual scope sets contain a VLAN range in our internal and external networks and the scope set's name reflects the VLAN name. This...
Add information in the DISCEVNT tables to improve reporting capabilities of discovery events
Reporting of discovery events, especially when using non-standard SensorNames (for example "SessionSenssor for non-anchors") os un-necessarily complicated because information about sensorName, and target IP, and targetIP_AddressScope are not repre...
Discovery Oracle database service names. Discovery the various service names for each database discovered. This information is used by many applications in the connection strings and can be used to build out dependencies and discover configuration...
TADDM should create IpDevice for ALL IPs that respond to ping
Expectations are that all active IPs will be detected by TADDM, and at a minimum IpDevice will be created. We have detected this is not happening today. Today, TADDM only detects devices with certain TCP ports active. RFE is to enhance the PingSen...
DB2 sensor executes db2find.sh during discovery that uses list db directory command to find out the Databases. This command lists the contents of the system database directory. In the command output there is a "Directory entry type" showing the lo...
The current JBoss7 discovery in a managed domain, when an environment is discovered for the first time, it expected to start with the discovery of a host, which acts as a JBoss domain controller, and then it is possible to run a discovery of domai...
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