What is the output format of Script Templates? 

To monitor a device with your scripts, there are two conditions to be satisfied for OpManager to fetch the values successfully.

Alarm Message:

To get the customized message from the output of a script body, you have to add a print statement in the below format.
"Message:‹your_message›"

Example:
WScript.Echo "Message:CPU usage is "+$value

Data Format.

To get the monitored value executed with Script Monitors, your script should contain the print statement in the below format.
Data:‹newline›
‹instancename1›‹tabchar›‹integer_value1›
‹instancename2›‹tabchar›‹integer_value2›

Example:
print "Data:\n";
print $process1+"\t"+$mem_usge1+"\n"
print $process2+"\t"+$mem_usge2+"\n"

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