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How to link a map a SAM metric extracted via API to its configured service name?

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Philippe.Therond
Producer

How to link a map a SAM metric extracted via API to its configured service name?

Retrieving SAM data from the event server via RETS API, I get records like this:
<metricId>11326213</metricId>\n
<metricName>Hardware Resources|Service Availability|59|Success Rate (%)</metricName>\n
<metricPath>Application Infrastructure Performance|Root|Individual Nodes|usl00001292.us.hsbc|Hardware Resources|Service Availability|59|Success Rate (%)</metricPath>\n
<frequency>SIXTY_MIN</frequency>\n
<metricValues>\n
<metric-value>\n
<startTimeInMillis>1651823040000</startTimeInMillis>\n
<occurrences>60</occurrences>\n
<current>0</current>\n
<min>0</min>\n
<max>100</max>\n
<useRange>true</useRange>\n
<count>24</count>\n
<sum>2400</sum>\n
<value>100</value>\n
<standardDeviation>0</standardDeviation>\n
</metric-value>\n </metricValues>\n
</metric-data>\n <metric-data>\n

As you can see, the service monitored is identified by a number, here 59. Same thing in the metrics browser.
This attribute is called the config ID.

 

However, I cannot see how to map the number (59 in the above example) to the (service name, URL target, machine agent server) identifier.

I cannot find the (service name, URL target, machine agent server) triplet identifier of the SAM monitor anywhere in the metrics tree.

Any clue?

Thanks in advance

regards


Philippe

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How to link a map a SAM metric extracted via API to its configured service name?
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Mario.Morelli
Architect

Hi Philippe

 

You can use the ID you get back and query the following that will provide the service name of the SAM

 

https://<controller fqdn>/controller/sim/v2/user/sam/targets/http/<id>

 

Ciao



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