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Print service with service variable on message text

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Print service with service variable on message text

Hi Guys,

 

I'm running on HPOM 9 and I'm making a policy for monitoring windows services and I want to set a message default so I would like to use a variable to print the service name on the message text but I don't find the variable so if someone could help it'll be great.

 

And I'll make the same with processes so if there is one variable to print the process name it will be cool.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Print service with service variable on message text

Hello Steph0805,  

 

Have you tried the session object values <$SESSION(SERVICENAME)> and <$SESSION(PROCESSNAME)>?

 

 

Best regards,

 

Beatriz

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Re: Print service with service variable on message text

Hello Steph0805,  

 

Have you tried the session object values <$SESSION(SERVICENAME)> and <$SESSION(PROCESSNAME)>?

 

 

Best regards,

 

Beatriz

HP Support
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Re: Print service with service variable on message text

Hi,

 

I'll try it, thanks for your response