Operations Actions utilities

To use the OA utility modules, you must install them with the content installation program, and then import and unbundle them in BMC Atrium Orchestrator Development Studio

The Operations Actions contained in these modules execute common commands Red Hat Enterprise® Linux, Sun™ Solaris, and Microsoft Windows environments using either a Command Line, SSH, Telnet or Windows Command Adapter.

Application OA utilities: The Operations Actions in this module directory are pre–developed workflows that represent common application related commands used in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Sun Solaris, and Microsoft Windows environments.

Common OA utilities: The Operations Actions in this module directory are pre–developed workflows that represent core workflows used across Common Actions modules.

Directory Services OA utilities: The Operations Actions in this module directory are pre–developed workflows that represent common commands used for account / directory services management in Red Hat Enterprise® Linux, Sun™ Solaris, and Microsoft Windows environments.

File OA utilities: The Operations Actions in this module directory are pre–developed workflows that represent common file related commands used in Red Hat Linux, Sun Solaris and Microsoft Windows environments.

Network OA utilities: The Operations Actions in this module directory are pre–developed workflows that represent common network related commands used in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Sun Solaris, and Microsoft Windows environments.

Operating System OA utilities: The Operations Actions in this module directory are pre–developed workflows that represent common OS commands used in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Sun Solaris, and Microsoft Windows environments.

Physical Device utilities: The Operations Actions in this module directory are pre–developed workflows that represent common commands for managing hardware components.

Note:

The OA utilities modules provide several utilities. If you know the name or part of the name of the utility that you want to learn about, you can use the Search feature to search for the utility.

Related topics

Using the common object to provide the information required to create the adapter request

Elements for the ConnectionDetails common object

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