How Do I Test the Connection Between ManageOne OperationCenter V100R002C30 and FusionSphere OpenStack

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【Product�?
OperationCenter

【Version�?
V100R002C30

【Question�?
How do I test the connection between ManageOne OperationCenter V100R002C30 and FusionSphere OpenStack?

【Answer�?
Step 1 Obtain a token.
Log in to the OperationCenter server as user root and run the following command to obtain the FusionSphere OpenStack token:
curl -i -k -H 'Content-Type:application/json' -d '{"auth":{"identity":{"methods":["password"],"password":{"user":{"name":"cloud_admin","password":"FusionSphere123","domain":{"id":"default"}}}},"scope":{"project":{"name":"admin","domain":{"id":"default"}}}}}' -X POST https://identity.az0.dc1.domainname.com:443/identity/v3/auth/tokens
az0.dc1.domainname.com indicates the Keystone domain name. Replace it as required.

Step 2 If the token fails to be obtained, ping the domain name az0.dc1.domainname.com, and obtain the following two files:
/etc/hosts
/opt/OperationCenter/AppBase/OC/AppBase/app/com.huawei.esight.app.oc/sbi-cfg/sbiCommonCfg/fso_domain_cast_ip.properties

Step 3 Obtain the following log:
/opt/OperationCenter/AppBase/OC/AppBase/var/iemp/log/oc/sbi

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