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Fix the related node captions
UPDATE AO set AO.RelatedNodeCaption = N.Caption FROM [dbo].[AlertObjects] AO inner join nodes N on AO.relatednodeid=N.Nodeid and N.unmanaged=0 where AO.RelatedNodeCaption<>N.Caption
Fix the alert captions on Node Alerts
Update AO Set AO.EntityCaption=N.Caption FROM [dbo].[AlertObjects] AO inner join nodes N on AO.relatednodeid=N.Nodeid and AO.EntityType='Orion.Nodes' and N.unmanaged=0 WHERE AO.EntityCaption<>N.Caption
Fix the Alert captions on interface alerts
Update AO SET AO.EntityCaption= I.Caption FROM [dbo].[AlertObjects] AO inner join nodes N on AO.relatednodeid=N.Nodeid and N.Unmanaged=0 Inner join interfaces I ON I.Nodeid=AO.relatedNodeID and AO.EntityType='Orion.NPM.Interfaces' and i.unmanaged=0 where AO.EntityCaption<>I.Caption and 'I:'+cast(I.InterfaceID as varchar) = EntityNetObjectID
Nice Catch! On a different yet related note, I actually switched from using the Caption to using Sysname where possible because of conflicts with CMDB discovery data. Clients tend to use caption in wildly different ways and can sometimes be nothing like the actual name of the device (sysname). So things like CI binding (we use ServiceNOW CMDB and ITSM) don't work if you pass caption because ServiceNOW has no clue what device you're trying to bind an incident to!