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Creating a combined report for ServerProtect (SPNT) for Linux and Windows in Control Manager (TMCM)

    • Updated:
    • 13 Apr 2016
    • Product/Version:
    • ServerProtect for Linux 3.0
    • ServerProtect for Microsoft Windows/Novell Netware 5.8
    • Platform:
    • Linux - Red Hat RHEL 4 32-bit
    • Linux - SuSE 10
    • Windows 2003 Enterprise
    • Windows 2003 Standard
    • Windows 2008 Enterprise
    • Windows 2008 Standard
Summary

Learn how to create report containing sections for all ServerProtect for Linux (SPLX) 3.0 and SPNT 5.8 out-of-pattern and offline machines registered to a TMCM server.

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To create a combined report:

  1. Log on to TMCM management console.
  2. Go to Logs/Reports > Report Templates > Add.
  3. Add a name and description for the template.
  4. Add a grid table for the SPLX abnormal entities.
    1. From the Working Panel, drag Grid Table to the left side to include it as a report.
    2. Click Edit.
    3. In Step 1: Data View, select Product Information > Managed Product Information > Product Status Information, then click Next.
    4. Set the following as Custom Criteria:
      • Connection Status is not equal to Product active (Agent + Product service: working)
      • Product is equal to ServerProtect Linux
    5. Click Next.
    6. Set a name (e.g. Offline SPLX Entities).
    7. Set sorting to Product Host/Endpoint and Descending.
    8. Set the Display Quantity to "All".
    9. Click Save.
  5. Add a grid table for the SPNT abnormalities.
    1. Under the grid table of point 5, click Insert row below to add a new section.
    2. From Working Panel, drag Grid Table to the new section to include it as a report.
    3. Click Edit.
    4. In Step 1: Data View, select Product Information > Managed Product Information > Product Status Information, then click Next.
    5. Set the following as Custom Criteria:
      • Connection Status is not equal to Product active (Agent + Product service: working)
      • Product is equal to ServerProtect for Windows
      • Product Role is equal to Server/Appliance
    6. Click Next.
    7. Set a name (e.g. Offline SPNT Entities).
    8. Set sorting toProduct Host/Endpoint and Descending.
    9. Set Display Quantity to "All".
    10. Click Save.
  6. Add a grid table for SPLX outdated entities.
    1. Under the grid table of point 6, click Insert row below to add a new section.
    2. From the Working Panel, drag Grid Table to the new section to include it as a report.
    3. Click Edit.
    4. In Step 1: Data View, select Product Information > Component Information > Pattern Rule Status, then click Next.
    5. Set the following as Custom Criteria:
      • Pattern/Rule Status is equal to Out-of-date
      • Product is equal to ServerProtect for Linux
    6. Click Next.
    7. Set a name (e.g. Outdated SPLX Entities).
    8. Set sorting to Product Host/Endpoint and Descending.
    9. Set Display Quantity to "All".
    10. Click Save.
  7. Add a grid table for SPNT outdated entities.
    1. Under grid table of point 7, click Insert row below to add a new section.
    2. From Working Panel, drag Grid Table to the new section to include it as a report.
    3. Click Edit.
    4. In Step 1: Data View, select Product Information > Managed Product Information > Product Status Information, then click Next.
    5. Set the following as Custom Criteria:
      • Pattern/Rule Status is equal to Out-of-date
      • Product is equal to ServerProtect for Windows
      • Product Role is equal to Server/appliance
    6. Click Next.
    7. Set a name (e.g. Outdated SPNT Entities).
    8. Set sorting to Product Hosting/Endpoint and Descending.
    9. Set Display Quantity to "All".
    10. Click Save.
  8. At the bottom of the page, click Save. The report template is now saved.
  9. Create a Scheduled Report.
    1. On the TMCM management console, click Logs/Reports > Scheduled Reports > Add.
    2. Add name in the Report Details.
    3. In the Report Templates, select the template you generated.
    4. In the Report Format, select the format you prefer.
    5. Click Next.
    6. In Step 2: Targets, select the entities to be included in the report and click Next.
    7. In Step 3: Frequency, select the frequency and the time when the reports will start.
    8. Click Next.
    9. In Step 4: Message Content Recipients, select the Message content and email recipients. Users can leave it blank.
    10. Click Finish. The report will now be generated on the schedule you preferred.
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Solution Id:
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