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How to get the Agent ConnectionStatus within a domain?

Question asked by Jean_Dagenais on Sep 17, 2010
Latest reply on Sep 20, 2010 by Hiko_Davis
Hello,

We are starting to use domains to better manage our multiple applications, and I am trying to figure out how to get access to the agent connection status in the MyApp domain which seems to be ony available in the SuperDomain.

For example, our domains.xml looks like this:

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<domains xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="domains0.3.xsd" version="0.3">
<domain name="MyApp" description="MyApp">
<agent mapping="(.*)_myapp>
<grant user="Admin" permission="full"/>
<grant user="MyAppUser" permission="full"/>
</domain>
<SuperDomain>
<agent mapping="(.*)"/>
<grant group="Admin" permission="full"/>
<grant user="Guest" permission="read"/>
<grant user="MyAppUser" permission="full"/>
</SuperDomain>
</domains>
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I can see the agents assigned to the domain MyApp, but I cannot see the ConnectionStatus because it is under

*SuperDomain*\|Custom Metric Process \(Virtual\)\|Custom Metric Agent \(Virtual\) \(host2206@5002\)Agents\|host1234\|MyProcess\|MyAgent.ConnectionStatus

We are using a Mom with multiple collectors, so the agent can be under any of our defined collectors.

By giving permission=full to MyAppUser in the super domain, it can see the ConnectionStatus, but can only create grouping under the Supportability or Sample Management Module and cannot use it in the MyApp dashboards.

Thanks for all your help!
Jean

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