Re: pass NNM9i username and password as part of url so that it can be directly enter in BSM dashboar
Have you try using the SSO configuration?
You could get additional information under the Deployment Guide for NNMi (Configuring Single Sign-On Between NNMi and HP BSM or HP BAC) and there are additional information on the HP Business Service Management Platform Administration that may help you!.
Hope this work for you!
Romy Gonzalez HP Support
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pass NNM9i username and password as part of url so that it can be directly enter in BSM dashboar
Configuring Single Sign-On Between NNMi and HP BSM or HP BAC Locate the BSM or BAC initialization string as follows: 1 Access the JMX console for BSM or BAC at: http://<BSM_BAC_hostname>:<BSM_BAC_JMX_port>/jmx-console/ 2 Select service=LW-SSO Configuration (under Topaz). The initialization string is the value of the InitString parameter. 3 If you change the value of the InitString parameter, click Apply Changes. NNMi initialization string Locate the NNMi initialization string as follows: 1 Open the following file in a text editor: • Windows: %NNM_PROPS%\nms-ui.properties • UNIX: $NNM_PROPS/nms-ui.properties 2 Search for the string initString. The initialization string is the value of the initString parameter without the quotation marks. For example, if the nms-ui.properties file contains the following text: initString=E091F3BA8AE47032B3B35F1D40F704B4 the initialization string is: E091F3BA8AE47032B3B35F1D40F704B4 3 If you change the value of the initString parameter shown in step 2, run the following command to commit the changes: nnmsso.ovpl -reload