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appName Parameter

This topic describes the appName parameter, and lists its valid values.

Parameter

Description

appName

The name of the application.

Every appName value has a corresponding applicationID. For example, the applicationID for Active Directory is 41.

The applicationID values are as follows:

  • 41, Active Directory
  • 21, AIX File System
  • 64, Big Data Apps
  • 134, Cloud Apps
  • 37, DB2
  • 103, DB2 MultiNode
  • 62, DB2 on Unix
  • 128, Documentum
  • 90, Domino Mailbox Archiver
  • 91, DPM
  • 67, Exchange Compliance Archiver
  • 53, Exchange Database
  • 45, Exchange Mailbox
  • 54, Exchange Mailbox (Classic)
  • 56, Exchange Mailbox Archiver
  • 82, Exchange PF Archiver
  • 35, Exchange Public Folder
  • 73, File Share Archiver
  • 33, File System
  • 74, FreeBSD
  • 71, GroupWise DB
  • 17, HP-UX Files System
  • 65, Image Level
  • 75, Image Level On Unix
  • 76, Image Level ProxyHost
  • 87, Image Level ProxyHost on Unix
  • 3, Informix Database
  • 29, Linux File System
  • 89, MS SharePoint Archiver
  • 104, MySQL
  • 13, NAS
  • 83, Netware File Archiver
  • 12, Netware File System
  • 10, Novell Directory Services
  • 124, Object Link
  • 131, Object Store
  • 86, OES File System on Linux
  • 22, Oracle
  • 80, Oracle RAC
  • 130, Other External Agent
  • 125, PostgreSQL
  • 38, Proxy Client File System
  • 87, ProxyHost on Unix
  • 61, SAP for Oracle
  • 135, SAP HANA
  • 78, SharePoint Server
  • 20, Solaris 64bit File System
  • 19, Solaris File System
  • 81, SQL Server
  • 5, Sybase Database
  • 66, Unix File Archiver
  • 36, Unix Tru64 64-bit File System
  • 106, Virtual Server
  • 58, Windows File Archiver

 

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