Versio.io can import, historize and process monitoring used Libraries and Frameworks from a Webapplication.
You can find the configuration option in Versio.io at
Environment settings > OneImporter > Configurations > Application frontend.
Here you can edit all existing configurations, create new configurations or delete existing configurations. Each configuration can import multiple Application frontend into a single specified entity.
To add a new configuration enter a
Name and click
Add to proceed to the configuration.
To edit an existing configuration click the arrow on the left of your importer name to expand the configuration options.
The following configuration options are available:
|Name||Meaningful name||Include information about certificate|
|Active||Option to activate and deactivate the configuration. Data is only imported if the configuration is activated.|
|Domain & IPs||Enter either domains or IPs address from which to import data||See table below for valid input formats|
|Instance modification||Before you start importing data you can choose if to modify an attribute|
|Entity name||Name of the entity imported that instances are assigned to||Determine standards about entity names before your first import|
|Executing OneImporter||Select a Versio.io OneImporter to import the data based on the importer configuration.||Requires installed OneImporter: Installation instruction|
|Schedule time (cron format)||Determine the frequency of imports in CRON format||Learn more about CRON format: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cron|
Table: Application frontend configuration parameters
The following image is an example of a configuration in Versio.io for imports of Application frontend:
Figure: Example of a configuration in Versio.io for imports of Application frontend
The Versio.io OneImporter imports libraries and frameworks based on your specific configuration and stores the different instances in the entity defined by you. To view the imported instances in Versio.io, you can select 'Asset & Configuration Repository → Instance Viewer'. There you can select your specific instance and click it for a detailed view in the instance history viewer.
The following image is an example of an imported collection of libraries and Frameworks from a Webapplication:
Figure: Example of Application libraries and frameworks