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Solaris System Management Agent Developer's Guide
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1.  Introduction to the System Management Agent

2.  Creating Modules

About Modules

Overview of Creating Modules

Defining a MIB

MIB File Names

Setting MIB Environment Variables

Generating Code Templates

Modifying Code Templates

Configuring the Module

Delivering the Module

Namespace Issues

Avoiding Namespace Collisions

Module Names

Library Names

3.  Data Modeling

4.  Storing Module Data

5.  Implementing Alarms

6.  Deploying Modules

7.  Multiple Instance Modules

8.  Long-Running Data Collection

9.  Entity MIB

10.  Migration of Solstice Enterprise Agents to the System Management Agent

A.  SMA Resources

B.  MIBs Implemented in SMA



Delivering the Module

When the module code is complete, you must decide how to deliver the module. If you are creating a module that must be distributed and then be installed, you should use the operating system's native software delivery model. For the Solaris operating system, you should use packages as described in the Application Packaging Developer’s Guide.