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Missing LMDB Data in Unified Landscape API

Hi,

I'm currently using the Unified Landscape API (which is build around the class cl_diagls_factory) to extract LMDB data for further use. I found most of the data i'm looking for, but not all of it.


In particular, I'm looking for the following Data:

- Kernel infos(release, patch, unicode etc.)

- technical ABAP Client Data(copylock, currency, lock, changes allowed etc.)

- The available Support Packages for a given Software Component Version

It seems, like the API does not cover all parts of the LMDB. Has anyone of you used this API before? Can you point me to the right classes for the missing data? What are your impressions regarding completeness and maintenance of the API?

Kind regards,

Janek

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    Posted on Nov 06, 2015 at 10:30 AM

    Unfortunately, it turned out that the Landscape API is deprecated. It was advised to use the WBEM API instead.

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      Hello David,

      thanks for the links. Unfortunately I can not extract the data manually as I need it for a background job that fills transfer tables.I'm currently using the API around the ABAP-OO class CL_DIAGLS_FACTORY with, unfortunately, incomplete results.

      Kind regards,

      Janek

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