Again, you keep mixing up Objects and ObjectSpawners.
While Objects (which are defined in "ObjectTemplate.setObject") have to use the EXACT object name, it doesn't matter for the ObjectTemplate itself, which name is defined in the line ObjectTemplate.create ObjectSpawner xxx. The latter is just an identifier, hence the name is totally irrelevant.
You need to understand that underlying concept, which I tried to explain in the former post. And SSM or CSM doesn't really matter on that regard.
First, you define a spawner with the ObjectTemplate.create ObjectSpawner xxx part. You can see that pretty much as an invisible building with the special ability to spawn objects in given intervals.
After this step, you have defined said "building", but it's not placed anywhere, so not much use to it. That's where Object.create xxx comes in: You can place that building as often as you want by using the same "xxx" name that you used for the SpawnerTemplate before.
These SpawnerTemplates are only defined and stored on a per-level-basis (as they are in each map's ObjectSpawnerTemplates.con (OST) file) and thus they are not valid for the entire game. A different map could have entirely different names for the SpawnerTemplates.
EDIT: If you need/want to find out the object names, just open up the game's "Objects.rfa" and look through the folders. Each game object will have its own subfolder, usually even stored in comprehensive subcategories (Air, Land, Sea, StaticWeapons). The foldername usually is the same as the object name of the containing object, but to be absolutely certain open the "Object.con" inside that folder, the first line of it should detail the exact object name.