As per the BMC Documentation on BMC Server Automation 8.2, it says httpd.conf file is supported for grammer files. But httpd.conf file is not showing for the web servers when we browse under Live in Configuration,
Grammar files supported by BMC Server Automation
BMC Server Automation supports a variety of grammar files capable of parsing data presented in a prescribed
format. After it is parsed, that data can be generated in a format consistent with other information in BMC Server
Automation so you can then browse, snapshot, audit, and deploy that information.
Although BMC Server Automation provides many grammar files, the following are the basic types:
CSV — Parses files consisting of comma-separated entries
HTTPD — Parses httpd.conf files
name = value — Parses files with single name/value pairs connected by an equal sign (=)
name space value — Parses files with name/value pairs connected by white space instead of an equal sign
XML — Parses XML files using the Xerces DOM parser to generate a DOM tree. Configuration files are then
created by traversing the tree. Various schemes are used to generate a unique key for each record.
Regular — Parses all other configuration files. The following table lists all the grammar files BMC Server
Automation supports by default. These grammar files reside in <installDirectory>/scripts. For additional
information about how an individual grammar file is used to parse configuration files, refer to information
provided in each grammar file. For information about creating custom grammars, see Creating custom
Any ideas are much appreciated.
I think this is not the case with BSA 8.3. Could you please post a screenshot of your BLPackage? the file name should show like httpd.conf
Which document talks about these procedures adding conf files and dir files?
Are you askign about BMC PDFs?
Yes, I haven't found the information in BMC Server Automation Suite 8.2 Service Pack 1 pdf of 4117 pages Which pdf has this information?