Using Operations Manager Runtime Scripts
Applies To: System Center 2012 - Operations Manager
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System Center 2012 – Operations Manager includes a script library that you can use to create custom runtime scripts. When you add them to a management pack, you can use these scripts to do the following:
Discover class instances that you want to monitor
Create monitoring data that can later be used by rules, tasks, or monitors
In This Section
- Runtime Scripts Overview
Provides an overview of runtime scripts and how they are used in management packs.
- How to Use Runtime Scripts for Discovery
Describes how to create a runtime script that discovers class instances that are defined in a management pack.
- How to Use Runtime Scripts for Monitoring
Describes how to create a runtime script that collects data for use by monitors, rules, or tasks.
- How to Create Operations Manager Events by Using a Script
Describes how to add events to the Operations Manager event log from a runtime script.