Please correct me if i am wrong, but i can not find any way to determine what is actually playing/displaying by the DMP in real time.
I need this so i can determine what's currently playing without having to visit each dmp.
This functionality is not available at this time. You have Proof of Play reporting
which shows what content is started at each PoP event. That said, there is no
way to see what is actually playing real time on the display.
This Feature is being looked at and may be available in a future release.
Please keep monitoring www.cisco.com for DMS announcements.
I have part of the answer.
You can create a System Task under Advanced Task that does a GET with a command p=init.BROWSER_CMD
When you use this as an Action for a selection of DMPs you will get something like this:
init.BROWSER_CMD T_STRING http://dmm-pro.fltg.com:8080/xTAS-core/appgen/clad/clad_57_.htm
This indicates that the DMP is streaming a presentation from the server
init.BROWSER_CMD T_STRING file:///tmp/ftproot/usb_1/deployment/xTAS-core/appgen/clad/http_pull_61_clad_57_.htm
This indicates running from Local Storage.
I am looking for a way to match the clad_57_.htm with the Name of the Presentation.
Hope this helps.
The MIB command that you mention only displays the BROWSER plane.
If there is Multicast streaming playing this MIB does not account for
As for matching the CLAD name which content asset, you will have to do this
When you deploy the asset to the DMP, the DMM creates a GOTO URL. You
will need to match the "file:///tmp/ftproot/usb_1/deployment/xTAS-core/appgen/clad/http_pull_61_clad_57_.htm"
to matching GOTO URL in the Advanced Tasks of the DMM-DSM.