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Authoring for System Center 2012 – Operations Manager Microsoft Corporation Published: September 10, 2012 Authors Steve Moore and Byron Ricks Applies To System Center 2012 – Operations Manager Beta release for System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1) – Operations Manager Feedback Send suggestions and comments about this document to sc2012docs@microsoft.com. Copyright This document is provided as-is . Information and views expressed in this document, including URL and other Internet Web site
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    Authoring for System Center 2012  –  Operations Manager Microsoft Corporation Published: September 10, 2012 Authors Steve Moore and Byron Ricks Applies To System Center 2012  –  Operations Manager Beta release for System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1)  –  Operations Manager Feedback Send suggestions and comments about this document to sc2012docs@microsoft.com.     Copyright This document is provided as-is . Information and views expressed in this document, including URL and other Internet Web site references, may change without notice. Some examples depicted herein are provided for illustration only and are fictitious. No real association or connection is intended or should be inferred. This document does not provide you with any legal rights to any intellectual property in any Microsoft product. You may copy and use this document for your internal, reference purposes. You may modify this document for your internal, reference purposes. © 2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Active Directory, Bing, Internet Explorer, JScript, SharePoint, Silverlight, SQL Server, Visio, Visual Basic, Visual Studio, Win32, Windows, Windows Intune, Windows PowerShell, and Windows Vista are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. Portions of this documentation related to network monitoring are provided by EMC, and for those portions the following copyright notice applies 2010 © EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. Revision History Release Date Changes  April 1, 2012 Original release of this guide. September 10, 2012 Beta release for System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1)  –  Operations Manager    Contents  Authoring for System Center 2012 - Operations Manager .............................................................. 6   Key Concepts for Authors ............................................................................................................ 7   What is an Author? ................................................................................................................... 7    Authoring Tools ......................................................................................................................... 8   Structure of a Management Pack ........................................................................................... 11   Sealed Management Pack Files ............................................................................................. 14   How to Seal a Management Pack File ................................................................................ 16   Selecting a Management Pack File ........................................................................................ 18   Targets and Objects ................................................................................................................... 20   Understanding Classes and Objects ...................................................................................... 21   Selecting a target .................................................................................................................... 26   Creating a new target ............................................................................................................. 30    Attributes ................................................................................................................................. 32   Management Pack Templates ................................................................................................... 37   Creating Management Pack Templates ................................................................................. 38   Watcher Nodes ....................................................................................................................... 39   .NET Application Performance Monitoring Template ............................................................. 40   Before You Begin Monitoring .NET Applications ................................................................. 93   How to Configure Monitoring for .NET Applications ............................................................ 96   How to Add, Enable, and Disable Namespaces ............................................................ 104   How to Add, Edit, and Remove Methods ....................................................................... 109   How to Add, Edit, and Remove Exception Tracking ...................................................... 110   Using Exception Handlers to Define Critical Exceptions ............................................... 112   Client-Side Monitoring with Targeted Groups and Load Balancers ............................... 115   How to Configure IP Address Exclusion Filters for Client-Side Monitoring ................... 115   How to Start Monitoring a New Application ....................................................................... 117    Authoring Strategies for .NET Application Monitoring ....................................................... 119    Application Monitoring Using the Default Settings ............................................................ 123   Monitoring SharePoint 2010 Applications in System Center 2012 SP1 ............................ 124    Appendix for .NET Application Monitoring ........................................................................ 125   Default Entry Points for .NET Application Monitoring .................................................... 125   Default Methods for .NET Application Monitoring .......................................................... 126   OLE DB Data Source Template ............................................................................................ 148   Process Monitoring Template ............................................................................................... 154   TCP Port Template ............................................................................................................... 162   UNIX or Linux Log File .......................................................................................................... 166   UNIX or Linux Process ......................................................................................................... 169   Web Application Availability Monitoring Template ................................................................ 174   How to Configure Web Application Availability Monitoring ............................................... 195      Monitoring Web Application Availability Tests and Alerts ................................................. 199   Dashboard Views for Web Application Availability Monitoring .......................................... 200   Reporting for Web Application Availability Monitoring ....................................................... 202   Web Application Transaction Monitoring Template .............................................................. 204   How to Create a Single URL Web Application Monitor ..................................................... 205   How to Capture Web Application Recording ..................................................................... 206   Troubleshooting Web Capture ....................................................................................... 208   How to Edit Settings or Requests in a Web Application .................................................... 209   Web Application Properties ............................................................................................ 210   Web Application Request Properties ............................................................................. 212   How to Replace Parameters in a URL Request ................................................................ 216   Windows Service Template .................................................................................................. 223   Monitors and Rules .................................................................................................................. 228   Data Sources ........................................................................................................................ 232   Expressions .......................................................................................................................... 234    Alerts ..................................................................................................................................... 239   Event Monitors and Rules ..................................................................................................... 244   Windows Events ................................................................................................................ 245   Text Logs ........................................................................................................................... 250   WMI Events ....................................................................................................................... 255   Syslog Events .................................................................................................................... 261   SNMP Events .................................................................................................................... 266   Event Monitor Logic ........................................................................................................... 273   Repeating Events ........................................................................................................... 274   Correlated Events .......................................................................................................... 279   Missing Events ............................................................................................................... 281   Correlated Missing Events ............................................................................................. 282   Event Monitor Reset .......................................................................................................... 283   UNIX/Linux Shell Command Alerts ................................................................................... 285   Performance Monitors and Rules ......................................................................................... 288   Performance Monitors ....................................................................................................... 289   Windows Performance Collection Rules ........................................................................... 294   WMI Performance .............................................................................................................. 297   UNIX/Linux Shell Command Performance Collection Rules ............................................. 300   Script Monitors and Rules ..................................................................................................... 305   Script Collection Rules ...................................................................................................... 309   Script Monitors ................................................................................................................... 315   UNIX/Linux Shell Command Monitors ............................................................................... 322   Dependency Monitors ........................................................................................................... 327    Aggregate Monitors............................................................................................................... 332   Diagnostics and Recoveries ................................................................................................. 334   Tasks ........................................................................................................................................ 340   Console Tasks ...................................................................................................................... 340  
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