I found out that it's possible to trigger an OO flow through Http Get or SOAP. Unfortunately I’m still not able to trigger from Service Manager. I’m able to run a flow via wget using the command line, but I don’t know how to trigger it from the HP Service Manager.
The following information and the documentation links at the bottom will help you.
Launching HP Operations Orchestration (OO) flows from HP Service Manager (SM) enables you to provide quicker, more automated change processes, with the ability to automate the deployment of a change. The SM-OO integration also provides the capability to trigger OO flows within SM RFC and use SM record parameters in OO flows.
Automated Deployment of Changes (SM to OO)
In order to use automation to perform various actions within SM, the integration provides OOTB capabilities to trigger OO flows within SM.
The following implemented utilities enable these capabilities:
OOTB OO Flow content for various Change implementations:
Example 1: Flow to run SQL scripts
Example 2: Flow to restart a specific service or server
OO Flow selection from within SM
User definition of the trigger method:
Manually, by the user
Automatically, based on the following defined criteria:
Based on schedule
Using SM Record Parameters in OO Flows
The SM-OO integration supports OO receiving the necessary flow-related parameter values.
The parameters can be defined in one of two ways:
Reference to SM RFC/CI fields-directly from the SM RFC record or CI record, in order to utilize them when executing the automated flow. This will enable generic or commonly used flows to be consumed in an ongoing manner with minimal user intervention or need for any customization of flows.
Documentation for this integration can be found using the following links: