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    Creating an Event Subscriber

    Note: By default, the event subscribers associated with the Event Browser are already preconfigured (under JMS) to send relevant events to the Event Browser. These entries should not be modified.

    Figure 208: Example E-mail Subscription to MyAlerts

    Example E-mail Subscription to MyAlerts
    1. To create a new event subscriber, select one of the existing categories in the bottom left panel (email, jms, or udp) and click the Create icon on the top toolbar of the Subscription Editor or right-click over the selected category and select Create. Use the email category to e-mail/SMS events, and use the JMS and UDP categories to interact with third party applications.
    2. Click on the newly created entry on the lower left Event Subscribers pane to fill out the subscriber’s details on the right pane Property Editor. For the E-mail/SMS category, enter in the recipient’s e-mail address, and the e-mail format. For the JMS category, enter in a destination name and destination type. For the UDP category, enter in a user name (moniker) and IP address. Fields associated with event subscribers are described in the following table.

      Subscriber Field


      Recipient Email Address (email/SMS only)

      The email address to which notification for the events will be sent.

      Email Format (email only)

      The format in which the emails will be delivered, for example, plain text (text/plain),html (text/html), or SMS.

      Destination Name (JMS only)

      The name of the topic or queue to which the events will be sent.

      Destination Type (JMS only)

      The type of destination for the events, and can be either a topic or a queue

      UDP subscriber moniker

      The user name.

      UDP IP address

      UDP IP address

      UDP port

      UDP port listening for notifications

      Event Format

      Available options are binary, object, text, xml


      This specifies if the event subscriber is persistent. By default all subscribers are set to Durable. It a subscriber is not set to Durable, then it will be lost the next time the event server is restarted.

    3. After creating an event subscriber, you can assign an event subscriber to an event subscription by dragging and dropping the event subscriber from the bottom left panel to an event subscription in the top left panel.
    4. Click the disk icon on the top toolbar to save the configuration. Consequently, if you subscribed to a subscription via e-mail, you should receive e-mail whenever events arrive that meet the configured criteria.

    Modified: 2015-12-29