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In BMC PATROL, a set of rules stored by the PATROL Agent and periodically evaluated to find out whether a specific instance of an application class exists in the monitored environment. The rules describe how a PATROL Agent can detect instances of the application on a computer. There are two types of application discovery: simple and PSL. PSL discovery can include prediscovery rules as well as discovery rules.

See also application check cycle, application discovery, prediscovery, simple discovery, and PSL discovery.