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How to configure alert when sender CChannel failes

Hi PI Gurus,

Is there is any way to get an alert when a sender channel fails (reason connection time out etc.).

We have configured alerts for other scenarios when mapping is failing. How to handle the other situation.

Regards,

Krishna Chauhan

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 08:01 AM
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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 08:07 AM

    you need to add ALERT Category which covers Adapter engine errors in ALRTCATDEF.

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      You CANNOT catch sender communication channel errros such as connectivity issues etc in RWB alerts.

      RWB captures failures in AE and IE not in sender communication channal

      That is not correct. Where is sender comm channel if not part of AE? Do not give incorrect information!!!

      Sender channel errors are caught by Alert Categories. You just need to define a alert rule with sender interface detail with no receiver detail. All standard alert container variables are available. This has been discussed quite enough in SDN.

      Care to search for it next time?

      Jai

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