Event Console token types

Article:HOWTO64054  |  Created: 2011-12-20  |  Updated: 2011-12-20  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO64054
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Event Console token types

Event Console tokens provide information when a task executes in response to a received alert. When a task executes, the Event Console tokens are replaced with readable values.

See About Event Console tokens.

Table: Describes the readable values that are associated with the Event Console tokens

Event Console tokens

Description

%!ALERTCATEGORYGUID!%

The GUID of the alert category.

%!ALERTDEFINITIONGUID!%

The GUID of the alert definition.

%!ALERTGUID!%

The GUID of the alert.

%!ALERTHOSTNAME!%

The host name or IP address of the resource that raised the alert.

%!ALERTMESSAGE!%

The message text of the alert.

%!ALERTPRODUCTGUID!%

The GUID of the product (in the case of a solution) that raised the alert.

%!ALERTPROTOCOLGUID!%

The GUID of the protocol that raised the alert.

%!ALERTRESOURCEGUID!%

The GUID of the NS Resource that raised the alert.

%!ALERTSEVERITYLEVEL!%

The enumeration value which represents the severity of the alert.

  • Critical = 50

  • Major = 40

  • Warning = 30

  • Informational = 20

  • Undetermined = 10

  • Normal = 0

%!ALERTTIMESTAMP!%

The date and time the alert was raised.

%!ALERTVARIABLE!%

The variable name. Each variable from the alert is passed where "variable_name" is the name of the variable and the value is the variable value string.


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