Event properties

How to use event properties.

When you select an event, its properties are displayed on the right of the table, where you can edit them.

When you choose the event properties, you define a filter for all the events that you want to monitor and manage. The most meaningful properties you choose are logically correlated and represent the event scope, which is displayed in the related event row.

Mandatory property fields are marked by asterisks. If you try to save an event without specifying one or more mandatory values, the required fields turn red and the rule cannot be saved. If available, default values are automatically entered in the fields.

Some property fields support wildcard characters. If supported, the wildcard icon wildcard icon appears above the field.

You can also specify multiple values in the same field, separating them by semicolon (;). In this case, the properties are logically correlated by the conjunction or. When available, you see the multiple filters icon multiple filters icon above the field.

For example, if you create a Job Status Changed event specifying the Job name property as "A;B;C", an action is triggered each time either of the specified jobs changes its status.

Furthermore, by clicking on Add Properties at the end of the Properties panel, you can add the same property field multiple times and assign different values to it. The properties are logically correlated by the conjunction and, creating a cumulative filter.

To remove an added properties, click on the close icon X icon. You cannot remove mandatory properties.

For example, when you define a Job Status Changed event, if you want to exclude some jobs from it, you can define as event properties all the job names that match production_*, and all the job names that do not match production_*_1.