2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 9, 2009 11:11 PM by agrm

    Custom NOC type view

      Hi,

      A few years ago I worked for a company that developed their own NOC type view for use with IPMonitor.

      I've since moved on and am wanting to do the same at my new company. They used Flash, I'm open to using HTML/PHP or Flash (although I'm not too familiar with Flash).

      My question is where is the database stored for the down/up monitors, is it a case of manipulating the ipm.log file or is there an easier way?

      Many thanks,

        • Re: Custom NOC type view
          Fodome

          Hello agrm,

          Custom NOC views are normally done via ASP or PHP using SOAP calls against the ipMonitor HTTP server.  For additional information, visit your ipMonitor installation's SOAP documentation:

          For Status information: http://[ipMonitorAddress]/soap/status.asmx

          For Configuration information: http://[ipMonitorAddress]/soap/config.asmx

          Hope this helps,

          Sincerely,

          Chris Foley - SolarWinds - Support Specialist
          Support:  866.530.8040  |  Fax: 512.857.0125
          network management simplified  |  solarwinds.com

            • Re: Custom NOC type view

              Hi Chris,

               

              Many thanks for your reply - I wasn't aware that IPMonitor had a SOAP interface.

               

              I've taken a look at the documentation provided and have attempted to deploy the example scripts.
              However, I get the following errors which I was wondering if you could help with:

               

              Active Server Pages error 'ASP 0221'

              Invalid @ Command directive

              /centralstatus.aspx, line 1

              The specified 'Page language="c#" Codebehind="centralstatus.aspx.cs" AutoEventWireup="false" Inherits="com.ipmonitor.samples.centralstatus.DisplayAll" ' option is unknown or invalid.

               

              I won't lie - I have absolutely no idea about ASP. Never used it - apologies if this is a dumb question.

              Many thanks,