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Using Default Tools
Managing Tools

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»Product Overview
»Getting Started
»Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters
»Using Tasks
»Using Default Tools
»Command Line Tools
»Cluster Monitor
»Custom Command Tools
»Device Ping
»Disk Thresholds
»Storage Integration
»License Manager
Managing Tools
»Plug-in Tools
»Property Pages
»Replicate Agent Settings
»MIBs
»System Management Homepage
»System Page
»Version Control
»Database Tables
»Reporting
»Administering the Software
»Troubleshooting
»Printable Version
»Glossary
»Using Help
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» Introduction
» New
» Edit
» Run Now/Schedule
» Delete
» Related Procedures
» Related Topic

Introduction

The Manage Custom Commands page displays all the custom command tools created. It displays tool names, descriptions, command and parameters. To view all the tools created, select ToolsCustom CommandsManage Custom Commands.

Select a tool by selecting the checkbox next to the tool, and select one of the following actions. Refer to:

New

To create a new tool, select [New]. Refer to Custom Command Tools - Creating a Custom Command Task for more information.

Edit

Select the tool to edit by selecting the checkbox next to the tool. Click [Edit]. All fields can be edited, and environment variables can be added and deleted. To save changes, click [Ok]. To discard the changes, or click [Cancel].

Run Now/Schedule

Select the tool to run now or schedule by selecting the checkbox next to the tool and clicking [Run Now/Schedule].

Refer to Using Tasks - Scheduling a Task or Scheduling a Task - Running a Scheduled Task for more information.

Delete

Select the tool to be deleted. Deleting a tool removes the tool from the Manage Tools page and from the system.

If a tool being deleted is dependent on a task, an alert displays with the list of tasks associated with the tool.

Related Procedures

» Custom Command Tools - Creating a Custom Command Task
» Using Tasks - Scheduling a Task

Related Topic

» Using Default Tools - Custom Command Tools