Use the Parse command output operation to extract information
from the command output to be placed in a variable table.
Select Parse command output from the
Operation list in one of the following
- the Identification Sections or
Connectivity Sections for Service Mapping
- the Step window for Discovery
Specify the command. You can concatenate multiple commands.
Important: Avoid entering a specific path to a
location or file because it can be different on different operating systems. It is
recommended to use variables for paths.
Fill in the fields, as appropriate.
||To change from the default, select a parsing strategy
from the list. The parsing strategy is independent of the
parse operation. See Parsing strategies.
||To find content quickly within a text box, specify the
To change the execution mode or credentials, click
Advanced and fill in the fields, as
||Select the mode from the list. The mode determines how
communication with the remote system is invoked.
||Select the CI type from the list.
To insert variables
for the credentials ($$username$$, $$password$$):
- Position the cursor in the appropriate location
in the Command field.
- Click the plus icon.
Alternately, you can add the variables
||Specify the host.
Click Run Command.
The following configuration is an example of the Parse command
||Business Integration Software
||IBM WebSphere MQ WebSphere EAR
||WMQ On Unix Pattern
||Identification for WMB_DEB entry point type
|Step number and Name
||5. Handle default q manager case