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SQL Syntax

Created by Steven Bansil_ret, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Jan 23, 2017

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Some resources allow you to filter data using the SQL syntax.

Wildcards

The wildcard character in SQL syntax is: *.

Example: Node.Caption Like 'AX3*'

Filter by custom property

The property syntax to filter by custom property is:

dataType.CustomProperty.propertyName

Example filter to only show nodes with the custom property City that matches Atlanta:

Node.CustomProperty.City = 'Atlanta'

Filter by status

To filter by the status, you must know the valid status levels.

Level

Status

0

Unknown

1

Up

2

Down

3

Warning

14

Critical

Example filter to only show monitors that are not down:

MonitorStatus.Availability<>2

Built-in SQL node properties

Nodes.Caption

Nodes.NodeID

Nodes.Status

 
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