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Egate Alert Agent problem

Egate Alert Agent problem

Egate Alert Agent problem

Hello, everyone, I know you are busy and I was wondering if you could help me. I am using the Egate Alert Agent to run the notification script to send an email to me if there is a problem with an eway. Now I had it working a couple days ago and then I tried to change a condition on when to send the email but it didn't work so I changed it back to what I had orginally and now it will not work. In the log file it keeps saying that the email add or name is null or blank. Any ideas or suggestions. Thank you for your help.

RE: Egate Alert Agent problem

try using the following steps...
boolean subCollabSuccess;
- Add a rule to create mapping info for sub-collaboration and assign it to the variable subCollabMapInfo
            subCollabMapInfo = this.jCollabController.createSubCollabMapInfo("crOR_StarPC_ADT_to_QS",this)

get_collab_script("script-name with ETD);

    crOR_StarPC_AST_to_QS is a sub-collaboration

- Set sub-collaboration's inbound event type instance
the collaboration rule should be defined and then when the ETD file is loaded as schema the file generates all the required data mapping fields...

try this out and mail me back!!!



RE: Egate Alert Agent problem

I see that this is an old post, but thought I'd mention this program I built and have for sale... it's a .Net based app that monitors E*Gate components, control broker, etc.  For more info, see http://www.mzla.com/egx
I'm not familiar with E*Gate's Alert Agent, but it looks pretty complicated.  Mine alerts you if control broker goes down or even the whole machine.  I'm not sure if E*Gate's will do that.

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