Applications Manager manages Ad-Hoc Windows and Linux scripts that are used in-house. The output of the custom scripts are monitored and alarms would be generated accordingly. It gives periodic reports on the attributes configured.
During creation of a new script monitor, you need to give the location of the custom script (local/remote), attributes (numeric/string) to be monitored, the Output File in which the output is going to be redirected and the polling interval.
Based on the polling interval, Applications Manager executes the script. The script will transfer its output to the Output File configured. Applications Manager parses the Output File and executes the actions configured. Reports for the attributes configured would be shown as graphs.
Table structures are now supported. User can redirect a table to the output file and all the values in the table will be monitored, generation of alarms and execution of actions and archival are asusual.
Note: Have a look at the script monitoring example in Applications Manager forums.
For information on other options in monitoring custom applications, refer to FAQ.
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