Microsoft Operations Manager

ObjectName Property

The ObjectNameproperty gets the name of the performance object for which the performance data was collected. Examples of performance objects are processes, sections of shared memory, and physical devices.

[VBScript] PerfData.ObjectName



Return Value



The ObjectNameproperty is read-only when used with performance data provided to the script by MOM. The property is read/write when used with new performance data created with the ScriptContext.CreatePerfDatamethod.


The following example shows how to access the name of the performance object of the data provided to the script by MOM.

Function GetPerfCounterString(objPerfData)
	Dim strComputerName, strObjectName, strCounterName,
	Dim strCounter

	strComputerName = objPerfData.SourceComputer
	strObjectName = objPerfData.ObjectName
	strCounterName = objPerfData.CounterName
	strInstanceName = objPerfData.InstanceName

	strCounter = "\\" & strComputerName & "\" & _ 
				strObjectName & "(" & strInstanceName
& ")\" _
				& strCounterName

	GetPerfCounterString = strCounter
End Function


Windows NT/2000: Requires Windows 2000 or later
Version: Requires MOM 1.0 SP1

See Also

PerfData Object, ScriptContext.CreatePerfData Method

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