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Properties for Orion Platform data

Created by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Jan 16, 2017

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The following sections list the built-in properties for Orion Platform data. The values are case-sensitive.

Event data

EOC.Event

Acknowledged

EngineID

EventID

EventTime

EventType

Message

NetObjectID

NetObjectType

NetworkNode

EOC.EventType

BackColor

Bold

EventType

Icon

Mute

Name

Notify

NotifyMessage

NotifySubject

Record

Sort

Sound

Groups data

EOC.Alert2

Acknowledged

AcknowledgedBy

AcknowledgedTime

ActiveObject

AlertDefID

AlertName

AlertTime

AlertType

CurrentValue

MachineType

NodeID

ObjectName

ObjectType

 

 

EOC.Groups

ContainerID

Description

Frequency

LastChanged

Name

Status

StatusCalculator

 

 

EOC.StatusInfo

Color

DefaultIconName

IconPostfix

Ranking

RollupType

ShortDescription

StatusId

StatusName

 

Interface data

EOC.Interface

Alias

Caption

FullName

IfName

InBandwidth

InDiscardsThisHour

InDiscardsToday

InErrorsThisHour

InErrorsToday

InMcastPps

InPercentUtil

InPktSize

InPps

InUcastPps

Inbps

InterfaceID

LastChange

LastSync

MaxInBpsTime

MaxInBpsToday

MaxOutBpsTime

MaxOutBpsToday

Name

NodeID

OutBandwidth

OutDiscardsThisHour

OutDiscardsToday

OutErrorsThisHour

OutErrorsToday

OutMcastPps

OutPercentUtil

OutPktSize

OutPps

OutUcastPps

Outbps

PhysicalAddress

Severity

Speed

Status

Type

TypeDescription

TypeName

To filter a resource by any of these properties:

  1. Find the SWQL alias of the resource for EOC.Interface on the SWQL resource matrix.
  2. Add the alias to the beginning of the property using the syntax: alias.propertyName

Example filter to show interfaces from Cisco devices:

Resource Alias Built-in Property Filter Example

Global Top XX Interfaces by Traffic

I

Vendor

I.Vendor = 'Cisco'

Node data

EOC.Node

Caption

Contact

Description

DNS

GroupStatus

IOSImage

IOSVersion

IPAddress

LastSync

Location

MachineType

NodeID

ObjectSubType

Severity

Stats.AvgResponseTime

Stats.CPULoad

Stats.LastBoot

Stats.MaxResponseTime

Stats.MemoryUsed

Stats.MinResponseTime

Stats.PercentLoss

Stats.PercentMemoryUsed

Stats.ResponseTime

Stats.SystemUpTime

Status

StatusDescription

SysName

SysObjectID

TotalMemory

Vendor

VendorIcon

 

 

To filter a resource by any of these properties:

  1. Find the SWQL alias of the resource for EOC.Node on the SWQL resource matrix.
  2. Add the alias to the beginning of the property using the syntax: alias.propertyName

Example filter to show nodes from Nortel devices that are Down:

Resource Alias Built-in Property Filter Example

Global Node Status by Site

Node

Vendor

Status

Node.Vendor Like 'Nortel%' AND Node.Status=2

Global Top XX Errors & Discards This Hour

N

Vendor

Status

N.Vendor Like 'Nortel%' AND N.Status=2

SolarWinds Server data

EOC.SWServer

Host

Managed

Name

PollingInterval

Status

TimeZone

To filter a resource by any of these properties:

  1. Find the SWQL alias of the resource for EOC.SWServer on the SWQL Resource Matrix.
  2. Add the alias to the beginning of the property using the syntax: alias.propertyName

Volume data

EOC.Volume

Caption

Description

FullName

Index

LastSync

NodeID

Responding

Size

Status

Type

VolumeID

 

EOC.Volume.Stats

PercentUsed SpaceAvailable SpaceUsed

If a resource has only one of these two Volume entities, you can reference the missing entity indirectly using the property reference alias.indirectAlias.property, where indirectAlias is:

  • Volume for EOC.Volume
  • Stats for EOC.Volume.Stats

The second example in the following table illustrates this.

To filter a resource by any of these properties:

  1. Find the SWQL alias of the resource for EOC.Volume or EOC.Volume.Stats on the SWQL resource matrix.
  2. Add the alias to the beginning of the property using the syntax: alias.propertyName

Example filter to show volumes with captions beginning with "AX3-":

Resource Alias Built-in Property Filter Example

Global Top XX Volumes by Disk Space Used

V

Caption

V.Caption Like 'AX3-%'

Hypothetical resource missing EOC.Volume

VS

Caption

VS.Volume.Caption Like 'AX3-%'

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