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View triggered instructions

1E Tachyon CMDB Connect triggers instructions on the following occasions:

  • When user asks for data through Related Lists on a Configuration item record.

  • When a record is added in Tachyon Information Service (TIS).

1E Tachyon CMDB Connect maintains a history of every instruction triggered, along with the details of all parameters passed to Tachyon and the responses received from Tachyon.


You can access the Triggered Instructionmodule from 1E Tachyon CMDB Connect on the left sidebar under All Applications below the Filter navigator.

When a user clicks on the Triggered Instruction module under the 1E Tachyon CMDB Connect menu, it opens the Triggered Instructions page as shown in the picture opposite.

The Triggered Instructionspage displays information about triggered instructions, including:

  • Instruction name

  • Parameters

  • Execution ID

  • Task

  • Status

  • Target EndPoint

  • Business Application name.

A ServiceNow user can access this page with either of these roles:

  • x_1e_tachyon_cmdb.admin

  • admin.


Clicking onNumber or the information icon opens associated record for the instruction.

The Triggered instruction history record shows detailed information in the following fields:





This number refers to the unique number assigned to every triggered instruction record.

Instruction Name

This specifies the name of the executed instruction.

Instruction Parameters

This field contains the JSON of the parameters passed to Tachyon for the triggered instruction.

Instruction Execution ID

This refers to the value returned from Tachyon after the instruction executes.


This refers to the task number where the instruction was executed. This value is "(empty)" for 1E Tachyon CMDB Connect.


This specifies the instruction status, the possible values are Completed, Error, Awaiting approval etc.

Target EndPoint

This field specifies the name of the end-user device where the instruction executes.

Business Application Name

This field specifies the name of the application that triggered the Tachyon instruction.


This denotes the name of the user who triggered the given instruction.