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Custom Command Tools
Creating a Custom Command Task

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Use the Custom Command tool to start an application on the server that is running HP Systems Insight Manager.

To create a custom command tool:

  1. Select ToolsCustom CommandsNew Custom Command. The New Custom Command page is displayed.

  2. In the Name field, enter the tool name. The following characters are allowed for tool names:

    (,),.,-,_, and space

  3. In the Description field, enter the necessary information for this application.

  4. In the Comments field, enter any comments for this application.

  5. In the Command (Executable path and file name) field, enter the full path (from the root of the HP Systems Insight Manager console) and the file name of the application. For example:


  6. In the Parameters field, enter the necessary command line parameters for this application.

  7. Enter the Variable name and value for the Environment variables. Click [Add] after you enter each set of variables and values. To clear a previously set variable, highlight the variable, and click [Delete].

  8. After you finish entering the custom command information, click [OK]. The new tool is added to the Custom Commands menu. A list of all the tools created can be found at ToolsCustom CommandsManage Custom Commands.

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