With i-doit version 1.11 LOGINventory was removed
Using this import, information from LOGINventory can be imported to i-doit and used there.
- The import only supports LOGINventory up to and including version 5. At the moment version 6 and following versions are not supported.
- PDO needs to be installed.
- PDO driver
dblibhas to be installed.
- The global setting
tds versionneeds to be set to
Settings in i-doit
The settings for LOGINventory can be found at
Administration → Interfaces → external data → Loginventory.
Configuration of the Database
IP: server on which the database is located.
Port: the IP port for communication (default 3108).
Database / Schema: database description (default
Username: user name for logging in to the database.
Password: self explanatory.
Configuration of the Interface
Here you can set the default behavior of the import for the LOGINventory.
Default import object type: All imported objects in the LOGINventory are created with the selected object type.
Default database: One database can be chosen as default which will be loaded as soon as someone is on the import page.
Connect only known applications: With this option you can determine if only connections are created for software which already exists in the i-doit system or if software connections also create additional applications in i-doit.
Logbook active while importing: With this option you can determine whether or not logbook entries are created during the import. The import will be slower when activating this option due to the creation of logbook entries. This option should still be activated though.
Import: The databases which were added in the configuration can be selected on the import page. It is also possible to change the default object type for the current import if needed.