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One module to rule them all – a custom #scom managed module #sysctr

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One module to rule them all – a custom #scom managed module

During many years of MP development I faced cases where I would have loved the chance to pass a complete DataItem to a powershell module. There are many real world cases when you’d want to do that:

You want to leverage the native OLEDB provider and you want to correlate multiple returned rows

You need to use internal data sources that do not return property bags, but rather custom DataItems (for example the Microsoft.SystemCenter.GetWorkflowsReportProbe that can be used to query the agent for running and failed workflows)

you need to take care of an entire walk from the standard SNMP modules and add logic to create your own data

You don’t know how many properties the DataItem has in its payload and you want dynamically process them all

Today this is not possible for…

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