1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 13, 2013 2:15 AM by ernest

    Why do Advance alert triggers change the SWQL results?

    Korey Hubbard

      Please can someone tell me why changing the advance alert triggers would change the results fetched using the SWQL?

       

      A brief description of my situation

      The advance alert manager was set up to send an email when a node is down, unknown or unreachable, I have replaced this with an application that returns data using the swql when a node is down, unknown or unreachable, the application has been working fine but when I disabled the triggers that have been previously used the send the email the the SWQL does not fetch anything. I suspect the trigger that sent the email when the nodes went down automatically created a log in the same database that is used with the SWQL?

       

      Has anyone experienced something like this or can someone confirm what I think has appended.

       

      Thank you.