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SQL Query to trace which actions are assigned to an alert

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Created by Norsolihati Selamat, last modified by An Kian Wong on May 18, 2017

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Overview

This article provides steps to query which particular email addresses are assigned to which alert using SQL query.

Environment

NPM 11.5.x and later

Detail

Run the following SQL query against the Database:

 

SELECT ac.AlertID, ac.Name, ac.Description, ac.Enabled, 
ac.Severity, ac.CreatedBy, ap.ActionID,a.actiontypeid, ac.AlertMessage,
a.Title, a.Description, ap.PropertyName, ap.PropertyValue
FROM ActionsProperties ap
LEFT JOIN ActionsAssignments aa ON ap.ActionID = aa.ActionID
LEFT JOIN Actions a ON a.ActionID = ap.ActionID
LEFT JOIN AlertConfigurations ac ON aa.ParentID = ac.AlertID
WHERE ac.Enabled='true' and a.actiontypeid = 'email' and a.Description like '%test@test.com%'

 

You need to change '%test@test.com%' to the email address that you are looking for.

 

 

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