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Oracle Solaris WBEM Developer's Guide     Oracle Solaris 11 Express 11/10
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1.  Overview of Solaris Web-Based Enterprise Management

About Web-Based Enterprise Management

About the Common Information Model

About Solaris WBEM Services

Software Components

CIM Object Manager

Managed Object Format Compiler

Solaris Schema

Solaris WBEM SDK

Using CIM Workshop to Develop WBEM Applications

CIM Workshop Documentation

Running CIM Workshop

How to Start CIM Workshop

How to Exit CIM Workshop

About the Main Window

2.  Using the CIM Object Manager

3.  Using the Sample Programs

4.  Writing a Client Program

5.  Writing WBEM Queries

6.  Writing a Provider Program

7.  Creating JavaBeans Components Using the MOF Compiler

8.  Administering Security

9.  Troubleshooting

A.  Solaris Schema


About Web-Based Enterprise Management

Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM) is a set of management and Internet technologies. WBEM unifies the management of enterprise computing environments. With WBEM, you can deliver an integrated set of standardized management tools that leverage emerging web technologies. By developing management applications according to WBEM principles, you can create compatible products at a low development cost.

The Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) is an industry group that represents corporations in the computer and telecommunications industries. The DMTF is leading the effort to develop and disseminate standards for the management of desktop environments, enterprise-wide systems, and the Internet. The goal of the DMTF is to develop an integrated approach to managing computers and networks across platforms and protocols. The approach is intended to result in cost-effective products that interoperate as flawlessly as possible.