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Daniil K. asked ·

NAM Alerting: what keywords I can use in script parameters definition?

Hello.

I have recently migrated to NAM 2018 and doing yet another attempt to replace my SQL-based homebrew alert escalation script with NAM standard approach. When I define new script in

NAM Console -> Alert management -> Recipients -> Script

I struggle to understand what keywords I can use in the parameters.
E.g. I might want to pass the alert message body to the alert recipient system as a parameter of script executable. It might be like <something>, but I don't know what exactly.
I couldn't find the answer in the documentation and need someone's help.
Thank you.

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Jacek J. answered ·

Hello Daniil

Did you try to use <Ctrl>+<Space> keys combination and selecting parameters from the drop-down which will appear? There should be result similar to shown on attached screenshot

List includes set of dimensions and metrics plus several parameters describing other details related to particular alert event. My goal was to make those parameter's names self-explanatory, but please, let me know if any of them is not clear for you. I'll be happy to explain it ...and update the parameter's name.

Best Regards

Jacek


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Thank you, Jacek!
That is what I was searching for.

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