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Omegamon Agent Situational Action Origination Point
In an environment with multiple TEM Servers the agents don't have the option to choose which TEMS will use the action item for a Situational Action. It defaults to the TEMS the agent reports directly to. In my environment I have a TEMS on z/OS and a TEMS on a z/Linux server. This means that I can't ubiquitously apply action scripts across the board because the z/OS agents are unable to interpret z/Linux commands.
It would be difficult to manage two completely separate Action systems across two separate operating systems.
You can reference TS002713551 for more information.
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