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Defunct alert variables

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Magdalena.Markova on Nov 28, 2016

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The following variables are no longer valid:

  • ${Property}- The property the alert is monitoring. You can select a new variable with the specific property you want to view.
  • ${TriggeredValue} - The value that triggered the alert. You can select a new variable with the specific property you want to view.
  • ${AlertStartTime} - When the alert active. You can use the Time of Day scheduler to control when the alert is active.
  • ${AlertEndTime} - When the alert is no longer active. You can use the Time of Day scheduler to control when the alert is not active.
  • ${ObjectSubType} - Determines if the node supports SNMP or is ICMP-only. You can use Node.ObjectSubType as the macro name.
 
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