Viewing discovered SQL server relationships

By default, a CI record for a server (node) hosting an SQL Server instance that is part of a cluster does not display the instance or the cluster as related items.

To see the cluster information on a CI record, configure the form and add the Cluster Nodes related list. This list displays the name of the node and the parent cluster.
Figure 1. SQL Cluster Node
Click the cluster in the related list to drill into the CI record for that cluster. Individual SQL Server instances running on that cluster are listed in the Related Items hierarchy. The names in the list contain the instance name prepended to the cluster name with the @ symbol. In this example, DISCO is the instance name, and cluster2003 is the name of the SQL Server cluster.
Figure 2. SQL Cluster
The CI record for an individual SQL Server instance uses the combined instance/cluster name and displays the relationship hierarchy to the configured number of levels, including the application that uses the instance and the cluster on which the application runs.
Figure 3. SQL Instance CI
In the CI for an application that Depends on an SQL Server instance, the Related Items hierarchy also displays all downstream relationships, including the instance on which the application depends, the cluster on which the instance runs, and the server on which the application runs.
Figure 4. SQL Client Instance