Configuring Additional OneClick Applications

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This chapter discusses
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add-on application administration and configuration in OneClick from the perspective of a OneClick administrator. This includes managing and configuring other
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applications.
Configure Service Performance Manager (SPM) Data Export Parameters in OneClick
By default, SPM Data Export is disabled in OneClick. To configure SPM data export in OneClick, enable SPM data export logging. Set the time period when data is written to each log file. Then create and specify the directory for the output log file. At the end of the interval that you set, the file is saved, and a new file is created for incoming data. By default, when SPM data export is enabled, 60 minutes of data is captured before the SPM log file is saved and a new file is opened.
By default, when SPM data export is enabled, OneClick attempts to save SPM data files to the /tmp directory. You must first create the /tmp directory or create an alternate location for the SPM log files.
Follow these steps:
  1. Click Administration in the OneClick home page.
    The Administration Pages open.
  2. Click SPM Data Export in the list on the left.
    The SPM Data Export Configuration page opens.
  3. For SPM Data Export Enabled, click Yes.
  4. For Log File Cycle Time (min), enter the elapsed time in minutes when the current SPM log file will be saved and closed and a new file opened for logging. The default value for this logging interval is 60 minutes.
  5. For Log File Directory, enter the fully qualified file path for the directory where OneClick will store SPM log files.
    Create the directory structure for OneClick to save the data files in. By default OneClick attempts to save the data files in /tmp which you must create first if it does not exist.
  6. For Landscape Filter, specify the
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    landscapes from which OneClick exports data in a distributed environment. Use the left arrow to move the landscapes from which to export data to the Show Landscapes list. Move any landscapes from which data is not exported to the Hide Landscapes list. By default, all available landscapes are included.
  7. Click Save.
    You are prompted to commit your changes and restart the OneClick web server. The OneClick web server must be restarted for the changes to take effect.
  8. Click OK.
    Your changes are saved and the OneClick web server is restarted.
Display Topology Tab Contents in a Web Page
You can use a topology applet to make the contents of your Topology tab available from a web page. Specify the container-based model handle whose topology you want to view.
You can determine the model handle of the container to use from the Attributes tab. For more information, see the Modeling and Managing Your IT Infrastructure section.
To display Topology tab contents in a web page, type the following URL into your web browser:
http://<hostname>:<portnumber>/spectrum/topology.applet?mh=<model handle>
  • <model handle>
    Specifies the container-based model handle that you want to view the topology of.
The portion of the Topology tab that you specified is now accessible from this web page. From here, you can drill into other containers and return to the starting point.
To display Topology tab contents within an existing web page, take one of the following steps:
  • Embed the topology applet into the web page using an iframe:
    <iframe src="http://<hostname>:<portnumber>/spectrum/topology.applet?mh=<model handle>" width="830" height="530"/>     Your browser does not support embedded objects, <a href="http://<hostname>:<portnumber>/spectrum/topology.applet?mh=<model handle>">click here</a> to go to included content. </iframe>
    This method works best for Internet Explorer browsers.
  • Embed the topology applet into the web page using the following syntax to avoid using iframes:
    <div> <object data="http://<hostname>:<portnumber>/spectrum/topology.applet?mh=<model handle>" type="text/html" width="830" height="530">     Your browser does not support embedded objects, <a href="http://<hostname>:<portnumber>/spectrum/topology.applet?mh=<model handle>"> click here</a>to go to included content. </object> </div>
    This method works best for Firefox browsers.
The portion of the Topology tab that you specified is now accessible in a web portlet. From here, you can drill into other containers and return to the starting point.