Conditions

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Description

Conditions determine how a Watch Item's alarm is triggered and/or reset. For an alarm trigger, when condition is met, the alarm is triggered causing configured actions to execute. For an alarm reset, when conditions are not met, the alarm is reset, causing configured actions to execute.

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[Conditons screen for HTTP/HTTPS Watch Types only]

Fields And Buttons

Response Time Maximum in ms (milliseconds) Exceeded - The maximum amount of time that a watch item must respond or the watch item will fail with a timeout.

Search Failed - If checked, search criteria as configured in the Watch Type settings for HTTP Search will be enabled as a condition. If unchecked, search criteria will be ignored.

HTTP Status Code Returned - Select the HTTP Status Codes that trigger and reset the alarm. The HTTP Status Codes that are considered "good" are 200, 301, 302, 307. All others are considered to be an error condition. The "custom" field allows entry of an HTTP Status Code not listed.



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(Conditions screen for Ping, Port, FTP, POP3, SMTP, DNS, and Database Watch Types only. Note "Search Failed" condition enabled for POP3, DNS, and Database Watch Types only.)

Fields And Buttons

Response Time Maximum in ms (milliseconds) Exceeded - The maximum amount of time that a watch item must respond or the watch item will fail with a timeout.

Search Failed - If checked, search criteria as configured in the Watch Type settings for HTTP Search will be enabled as a condition. If unchecked, search criteria will be ignored.