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  • Blog Post: Workflow Control

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Queued – Parallel Workflow Runtime Behavior

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Opalis Web Service Example Workflows

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: MMS BB51 session demo – User Initiated Server Restart

    I am going to document and publish all the Opalis demos that I did at MMS, providing a description of what the scenario was and details on how I built it. The idea is to help you understand the process we go through, and give you ideas. You will always need to work through your own process and add in...
  • Blog Post: Nested Workflows

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Opalis Integration Server 6.2.2 SP1 Now Available

    Following a successful MMS event a few weeks ago, where we demonstrated the process automation and integration capabilities of Opalis, we are pleased to announce the availability of Opalis Integration server 6.2.2 Service Pack 1 (SP1).  This latest service pack demonstrates our commitment to maintaining...
  • Blog Post: Opalis 6.3: System Center Service Manager Cross Service-Desk Interoperability

    It’s only natural that a new Service Desk solution should have to interoperate with an existing Service Desk solution. The reason for this should be pretty obvious: Everyone in IT uses the Service Desk pretty much every day. So migrating is bound to present certain challenges as a new, modern system...
  • Blog Post: Workflow Authoring Examples and Samples

    The Opalis team is providing some sample Workflows (policies) for customers and partners to help you get started in creating your own workflows in Opalis Integration Server. These Workflows are a combination of Foundation Activities as well as Activities from Integration Packs. In each article, we...
  • Blog Post: Field Mapping

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Workflow Design - Looping

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Working with the Remote Trigger

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Working with SSH

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Working with Databases

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Integrating Scripts into Workflows

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity. (See the legal notice here) Note: The workflow sample mentioned in...
  • Blog Post: Global Settings

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Working with Web Services

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Working with Windows Event Log

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Opalis 6.3: System Center Service Manager Driven Hyper-V VM Provisioning

    Overview The dynamic provisioning of virtual machines is probably one of the most requested scenario for Opalis. There appear to be many reasons for this. Some are just looking to automate the routine, mundane and error-prone tasks associated with repetitively building requests for new Virtual Machines...
  • Blog Post: Workflow Authoring Examples and Samples

    The Opalis team is providing some sample Workflows (policies) for customers and partners to help you get started in creating your own workflows in Opalis Integration Server. These Workflows are a combination of Foundation Activities as well as Activities from Integration Packs. In each article, we...
  • Blog Post: Workflow Control – Trigger Workflow

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Notification

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Working with Multi-Value Data

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Opalis 6.3: CMDB Automation with System Center Service Manager and Opalis

    You shouldn’t be shocked to discover that System Center Service Manager has a CMDB. A CMDB is at the beating heart of any Service Desk solution… a very basic definition of Change Management is the process which maintains the CMDB. Service Manager provides for various ways one can build an...
  • Blog Post: Data Manipulation Functions

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...
  • Blog Post: Working with Text Files

    Caution Test the script(s), processes and/or data file(s) thoroughly in a test environment, and customize them to meet the requirements of your organization before attempting to use it in a production capacity.  (See the legal notice here)   Note: The workflow sample mentioned in this article...