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DataMiner Integration Studio (DIS)

DataMiner Integration Studio is a plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio that lets you effortlessly build, edit, and validate a broad range of DataMiner extensions, including connectors, automation scripts and much more.

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Streamline your workflow integration

Seamless connector and script loading with pushback functionality in your DMS.


Easy navigation in complex connectors

Provide a clear overview of the complex structure of your connectors and scripts.


Easy import of definition files

Automatically generate code by easily importing definition files like SNMP, XML, JSON & WSDL.


Real-time debugging & built-in QA validator

Guaranteeing reliable connectors and scripts with automated tests and minimizing the risk of errors.

With DataMiner Integration Studio (DIS) you can build, edit, validate, and publish connectors and scripts. It's a remarkable plug-in for Visual Studio that takes the development of DataMiner connectors and automation scripts to new heights, offering a range of intriguing features.

Make DataMiner communicate with your products of choice

DataMiner effortlessly communicates with any product from any vendor, seamlessly gathering valuable data and presenting it in a unified, intuitive interface. This connection is made possible by the powerful DataMiner connectors, also known as "drivers" or "protocols". A DataMiner connector, an XML file brimming with crucial information, empowers DataMiner to establish seamless communication with your products.

Easily automate your operations

Besides building connectors, DataMiner Integration Studio empowers you to create automation scripts for your DataMiner System, opening up a multitude of possibilities. These scripts can seamlessly handle a diverse range of tasks, encompassing backup routines, system configuration, channel selection, report generation, and notifications via email or SMS, among many others.

Unlimited possibilities

But it goes even further than that. Because DataMiner Integration Studio (DIS) also features numerous other options for users to further extend your DataMiner System, and to tailor it to your exact needs. This includes plug-ins such as custom GQI operators, ChatOps extensions, new process activities, user-defined APIs, and much more.

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Supercharge your development workflow with DataMiner Integration Studio

Unlock the full potential of Microsoft Visual Studio with the DataMiner Integration Studio extension, which seamlessly transforms Visual Studio into a robust DataMiner IDE (Integrated Development Environment).

Amongst other, DIS offers 5 dedicated editors to enhance your development experience.

XML editor

Unravel the depths of a connector XML or unleash the power of an Automation script XML file.

Version editor

Transform the XML editor into a purpose-built haven for managing protocol versions.

Display editor

Design the Data Display pages of the connector using simple drag-and-drop operations.

Function editor

Manage the functions defined in a function XML file and design pages using drag and drop.

Table editor

Design the tables on the Data Display pages of the connector using drag and drop.

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Dive into the world of XML with confidence as our XML editor provides on-the-fly XML schema validation and Intellisense. Effortlessly navigate through your XML files, ensuring accuracy and efficiency in your coding journey.

Discover the key benefits of DataMiner Integration Studio

Enhanced efficiency

Streamline your integration workflow and save time with seamless connector and script loading with pushback functionality. Connect to your live DataMiner System, pull in the connector or script with a single click, start working, and push it back effortlessly. Experience a truly seamless integration process.

Simplified navigation

Navigate through complex scripts and connectors effortlessly. Our intuitive tools provide a clear overview of the structure, allowing you to follow the logic of the programming code. Inline linking and the DIS tree structure enable quick access to specific parameters and related code segments.

Effortless editing

Say goodbye to manual coding and embrace a more intuitive approach. DataMiner Integration Studio offers custom-designed UIs, that allows you to switch between raw code and graphical views. Benefit from code completion and generation shortcuts, and leverage code snippets for increased productivity and consistency.

Seamless import methods

Simplify integration with easy import of definition files such as SNMP, XML, JSON, and WSDL. Automatically generate code based on the imported information, saving time and effort. The hierarchical structure allows for easy selection of metrics and data elements to include in your connector or script.

Real-time debugging

Validate your code and examine its performance with C# injection. Connect to your live DataMiner System, step through your code, and interact with your products. Ensure the accuracy of data processing and gain confidence in the reliability of your connectors and scripts.

Quality Assurance Validator

Deliver high-quality, dependable connectors with our built-in QA Validator. With automated tests covering best practices, formatting, and syntax errors, the QA Validator acts as a critical checkpoint. Validate your code with a single click, minimizing the risk of errors and ensuring top-notch connectors.

Enhance your DataMiner connector and script development with DataMiner Integration Studio. It's available free of charge, empowering you to build connectors and automation scripts that seamlessly integrate into your DataMiner System.

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Frequently asked questions about DataMiner Integration Studio

We understand that exploring a new software tool can raise questions, and we're here to provide clarity and guidance. This comprehensive FAQ section addresses various aspects of DataMiner Integration Studio (DIS).

What is DataMiner Integration Studio (DIS)?

DataMiner Integration Studio (DIS) is a plug-in component for Microsoft Visual Studio®. It facilitates navigating, editing, developing, troubleshooting, testing and deploying DataMiner connectors for the DataMiner multi-vendor end-to-end network management system.

How can I install and use DataMiner Integration Studio?

DIS can be downloaded from our DataMiner Dojo community website and installed free of charge on any compatible client computer.

In order to download DataMiner Integration Studio, you'll need to log in with your DOJO account. If you don't have an account yet, don't worry! Creating one is quick and easy.

Are there updates and upgrades available for DIS?

Both updates with bug fixes and minor functional enhancements and as well as major upgrades with new functionality are available at regular intervals. DIS updates and upgrades are announced and published on the DataMiner Dojo community website. You can install them free of charge.

All updates and upgrades are shipped with detailed release notes describing all changes. DIS automatically checks whether updates or upgrades are available, and notifies the user when this is the case.

What is a DataMiner connector?

The DataMiner platform uses DataMiner connectors to interact with third-party devices and systems, using any possible interface or protocol, including industry-standard protocols such as SNMP as well as full proprietary or vendor-specific protocols, for the purpose of monitoring and control.

Who can develop DataMiner connectors?

DataMiner connectors use an open format and can be designed by anybody, including Skyline DevOps Engineers, DataMiner users, and DataMiner Strategic Partners.

Do I need DIS to develop new DataMiner connectors?

DataMiner connectors are modelled in an open XML format, and can therefore be designed and edited using any XML-compatible editor. DIS is a purpose-built IDE (Integrated Development Environment) specifically tailored for developing and testing DataMiner connectors, and is one of the options available.

Who owns a DataMiner connector?

A DataMiner connector is owned by its original developer, which can be Skyline Communications, a DataMiner user or a DataMiner Strategic Partner. Owners of a DataMiner connector decide under which terms and conditions their DataMiner connectors can be used by the owners of a DataMiner System.

What is a signed DataMiner connector?

A signed DataMiner connector contains a so-called electronic signature, which protects the content of the DataMiner connector from being altered. The content of a signed DataMiner connector is visible to all its users. A valid signature guarantees that the DataMiner connector is the authentic and unaltered DataMiner connector as it was signed by the developer.

Signed DataMiner connectors are marked by a special icon displayed next to them in the Protocols & Templates UI of the DataMiner Cube client. We highly recommend only deploying signed DataMiner connectors in your DataMiner System. That way, you can be sure that the developer of each connector is known, and that the connector is the authentic, unaltered connector.

What is an encrypted DataMiner connector?

An encrypted DataMiner connector is a DataMiner connector of which the content is encrypted, and therefore unreadable to any user. DataMiner connector encryption can be used to protect intellectual property of specific algorithms or proprietary communication protocols.

Encrypted DataMiner connectors are marked by a special icon displayed next to the DataMiner connector in the Protocols & Templates UI of the DataMiner Cube client.

What kind of documentation is available on DIS?

DataMiner Docs includes comprehensive documentation of all the DIS features and capabilities and how to use them.

What kind of documentation is available on developing DataMiner connectors and scripts?

Comprehensive documentation is available describing the structure of DataMiner connectors and scripts, and how to develop them. These documents are available on DataMiner Docs.

What kind of training is available for DIS?

Training on the features and capabilities of DIS and how to use them is available on our DataMiner Dojo community website as an online training module.

In order to access the DIS training course, you'll need to log in with your DOJO account. If you don't have an account yet, don't worry! Creating one is quick and easy.

Does technical support apply to the actual DataMiner connectors I design?

No. Technical support does not include support on how to develop or troubleshoot your own DataMiner connectors. The latter is only available via pre-paid consultancy services, which can be purchased through the Skyline Sales department. Any such DataMiner Professional Service Credits you purchase can be used on demand.

Can I copy existing third-party DataMiner connectors or parts of them?

A DataMiner connector is the intellectual property of the owner of that DataMiner connector. A DataMiner connector that you have not designed yourself cannot be copied, neither entirely nor partially, with the intention to develop new DataMiner connectors, unless you have an explicit written agreement from the owner of the DataMiner connector to do so.

What is a first-, second- and third-party DataMiner connector?

A first-party DataMiner connector is a DataMiner connector developed by Skyline Communications.

A second-party DataMiner connector is a DataMiner connector developed by the owner of a DataMiner System.

A third-party DataMiner connector is a DataMiner connector developed by a DataMiner Strategic Partner, which could be a product vendor, a system integrator, a consultancy company, or a reseller.

What if a second- or third-party DataMiner connector malfunctions?

Skyline is not liable for the use of a second- or third-party DataMiner connector or the potential consequences of this. Whenever you deploy second- or third-party DataMiner connectors, we recommend that you make all necessary agreements with the provider of those DataMiner connectors regarding technical support and upgrades.

When Skyline Technical Support is requested to resolve issues of which the root cause is a second- or third-party DataMiner connector, then Skyline is entitled to bill the time it spent on identifying and resolving these issues to the requesting party.