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CMDB tables

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CMDB tables

Key tables in the configuration management database (CMDB).

  • The Base Configuration Item [cmdb] table, which is the core CMDB table for non IT CIs (descending classes are non IT CIs).
  • The core Configuration Item [cmdb_ci] table, which stores the basic attributes of all the CIs. The admin, itil, or asset user role is required to access this table (descending classes are IT CIs).
  • The CI Relationship [cmdb_rel_ci] table, which defines all relationships between CIs.

The Configuration Item table is extended to other tables, such as Database [cmdb_ci_database] and Computer [cmdb_ci_computer]. The Computer table is extended to the Server [cmdb_ci_server] table, which is extended to the UNIX Server [cmdb_ci_unix_server] table, and so on.

You can use the schema map to view more details of tables and their relationships:
  1. Navigate to System Definition > Tables & Columns.
  2. Select a table and click Schema Map.
Figure 1. Schema Map
Note: CIs not extended from the Configuration Item [cmdb_ci] table, are not displayed in Dependency Views maps and in CI relation formatters.