Classes: Customizing and Authoring
Updated: November 1, 2013
Applies To: System Center 2012 - Service Manager, System Center 2012 R2 Service Manager, System Center 2012 SP1 - Service Manager
A class is the main element that is used to represent objects that are used in System Center 2012 – Service Manager. A class can represent a computer, a user, an incident, or a form.
Class definitions that represent a larger element, such as a Service Manager feature, are often grouped together. Class definitions are stored in management packs that must be imported into Service Manager to enable Service Manager functionality.
Classes: Key Concepts
Describes the key concepts of classes.
Classes: General Guidelines and Best Practices
Describes guidelines and best practices for classes.
How to Browse a Class in the Authoring Tool
Describes how to locate and view a class in the Authoring Tool.
How to Edit Details of a Class in the Authoring Tool
Describes how to edit the details, such as the description and name of a class, in the Authoring Tool.
How to Create a Class Using Inheritance in the Authoring Tool
Describes how to define class inheritance in the Authoring Tool.
How to Extend a Class in the Authoring Tool
Describes how to extend a class in the Authoring Tool.
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