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List Naming Conventions

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List Naming Conventions

Use the following guidelines for naming System Lists or Event Lists:

  • All list names must be unique, except for private lists.

  • The terms System Lists, Event Lists and public lists are reserved names in HP Systems Insight Manager. Do not use them as folder or list names.

  • Multiple spaces in list or folder names are collapsed to a single space. For example, a folder named,

    My Folder, is saved as My Folder

    .

  • Do not use the following symbols in list names.

    • <

    • >

    • "

    • &

    • '

    • _

    • +

    • |

    • %

    • \

    • /

    • ;

  • After saving the list, the name appears under the System Lists region. All list names must be unique.

  • Private list names cannot match the name of any System Lists or public list but can match the name of a second users private list.

  • If you create a private list and get a duplicate name error, you might find that the name exists in another users private list.

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