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ModuleImplementation (ProbeActionModuleType)

System Center

Updated: August 10, 2011

Applies To: Operations Manager 2007 R2, System Center Operations Manager 2007

Defines the implementation type for native or managed module type definitions, and the composite elements for composite module type definitions.


<ModuleImplementation>
   <Managed></Managed>
   <Native></Native>
   <Composite></Composite>
</ModuleImplementation>

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent elements of the ModuleImplementation element.

Attributes

 

Attribute Description

Isolation

Optional attribute. Specifies the process isolation mode of the module type. The default value is Any.

Isolation Attribute Values

 

Value Description

Shared

Specifies that this module type will always run under a shared process. Used only for native or managed module type definitions.

OwnProcess

Specifies that this module type will always run in its own process. Used only for native or managed module type definitions.

Any

Default value. Specifies that this module type can run either in its own process or within the process of another.

Child Elements

 

Element Description

Managed (DataSourceModuleType)

Must be present if this module type is implemented in managed code.

Native (DataSourceModuleType)

Must be present if this module type is implemented in native code.

Composite (DataSourceModuleType)

Must be present if this module type is implemented as a module that wraps managed, native, or other composite modules.

Parent Elements

 

Element Description

DataSourceModuleType

Represents a data source module type definition in a management pack.

ConditionDetectionModuleType

Represents a condition detection module type definition in a management pack.

ProbeActionModuleType

Represents a probe action module type definition in a management pack.

UnitMonitorType

Represents a unit monitor type definition in a management pack.

WriteActionModuleType

Represents a write action module type definition in a management pack.

 
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