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Concept

Concept


Products: AS-B, Edge Server, Enterprise Central, Enterprise Server, AS-P, Project Configuration Tool
Functionalities: Basic Functionality
Product version: 2023, 2024
2/12/2024

Event Filter Conditions

Event filter conditions are used to set up the conditions for the events you want to be displayed in the Events pane or an Event View.

You can use wildcards when setting up filter conditions. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Table: Event Filter Conditions

Component

Description

Acknowledge time

Enter the property to filter events by the time and date an alarm was acknowledged.

Alarm state

Select the property to filter events by the alarm state.

Alarm text

Type the property to filter events by the alarm message that was added to the alarm. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Assigned state

Select the property to filter events by the assigned state the alarm had. The possible values are Unassigned, Assigned and Accepted.

Assigned to domain

Type the property to filter events by the domain of the user or group that an alarm was assigned to. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Assigned to ID

Type the property to filter events by the ID of the user or group that an alarm was assigned to. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Assigned to name

Type the property to filter events by the name of the user or group that an alarm was assigned to. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

BACnet alarm type

Select the property to filter events by the BACnet alarm that monitored a variable within a BACnet network.

Basic evaluation state

Select the property to filter events by the basic evaluation state of an alarm. The value True indicates that an alarm was triggered.

Category

Type the property to filter events by the category name. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Command

Type the property to filter events by the executed command. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Comment

Type the property to filter events by the comment that was added to an alarm. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Contains signature information

Select True to filter on events triggered by Change Control.

Control source

Type the property to filter events by the initials of the controlling I/NET operator. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Control state

Select the property to filter events by the 4 bit I/NET state descriptor.

Count

Enter the property to filter events by the number of times an alarm has toggled between the alarm and reset state.

Description

Type the property to filter events by their description. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Device name

Type the property to filter events by the name of the I/NET device that generated the event. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Disabled cause

Select the property to filter events by the cause for why the alarm was disabled. An alarm can be disabled by user, shunt variable and/or system (it’s disabled by system if the alarm was incorrectly configured).

Domain name

Select the property to filter events by the domain a user belonged to.

Evaluation state

Select the property to filter events by the evaluation state an alarm had. For example, Upper limit alarm is displayed if the monitored value reached the upper alarm limit.

EWS ID

Type the property to filter events by the id of the event on the external system. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

EWS source ID

Type the property to filter events by the id of the external object that generated the event. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Fire Zone

Enter the value of the Fire Zone to filter on.

First name

Type the property to filter events by the first name of the individual whose key/card was used at the I/NET door point. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Forced value

Type the property to filter events by forced values. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Group

Type the property to filter events by the name of the cause note or action note group the user edited. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Hidden

Select the property to filter events by the visible status an object had. False is displayed when an object was shown.

Individual

Enter the property to filter events by the individual number of the individual whose key/card was used at the I/NET door point.

INET address

Type the property to filter events by the system address of the point, or station address of the host or controller that generated the event. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

INET event type

Select the property to filter events by the I/NET event type.

Last name

Type the property to filter events by the last name of the individual whose key/card was used at the I/NET door point. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Link name

Type the property to filter events by the name assigned to the link of the device from which the event originated. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Message text

Type the property to filter events by the text of an I/NET actio or dispatch message, if there is one.

Monitored variable

Type the property to filter events by path to the monitored variable. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Note

Type the property to filter events by their note. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Previous alarm state

Select the property to filter events by the previous alarm state.

Priority

Enter the property to filter events by the​ priority an alarm had.

Sigma event parameters

Type the property to filter events by the Sigma event parameter. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Sigma event type

Select the property to filter events by the Sigma event type.

Signature

Select the property to filter events on the user's user name and full name when using Change Control.

Signature comment

Select the property to filter events on the comment the user added when making and signed a change using Change Control.

Source

Type the property to filter events by the path of the source object. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Source name

Type the property to filter events by the name of the external object that generated the event. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Source server

Type the property to filter events by the server path of the source object. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

State

Type the property to filter events by (up to) 4 text characters that represent the text state of a discrete point or the unit description of an analog point. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Station name

Type the property to filter events by the name assigned to the controller from which the event originated. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

System alarm ID

Select the property to filter events by the alarm ID generated by the system.

System event ID

Select the property to filter events by the event ID generated by the system.

Tenant

Enter the property to filter events by the tenant number of the individual whose key/card was used at the I/NET door point.

Timestamp

Enter the property to filter events by the time and date when the event was generated.

Triggered time

Enter the property to filter events by the time and date an alarm went from normal state to alarm state.

Type

Select the property to filter events by event type.

Unique alarm ID

Type the property to filter events by the unique alarm ID of an alarm. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Unique user ID

Type the property to filter events by the ID of a user. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

User action item

Type the property to filter events of which the user has edited checklist, cause note group, or action note group items. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

User name

Type the property to filter events by the name of the user that generated the event. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Value after

Type the property to filter events by the value of an object after it was changed. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Value at change

Type the property to filter events by the value the monitored variable had when the alarm was triggered. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Value before

Type the property to filter events by the value of an object before it was changed. Wildcards can be used. For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

Zone

Select the property to filter events by I/NET security zone number associated with a security event (0-63).

Filter condition wildcards

A wildcard is one or more characters used to simplify the process of setting up filter conditons. You use wildcards to substitute characters or combinations of characters in object properties, such as names or descriptions. For example, instead of setting up five filter conditions for values with names beginning with a, b, c, d, or e, you can set up one single filter condition for values with a name beginning with any of the characters in the range [a-e].

For more information, see Filter Condition Wildcards .

  • How Events Work
  • Events Pane and Event View Customization
  • Editing a User Filter
  • Alarm View and Event View Standard Filter and Layout
  • Saving an Event View Standard Layout
  • Filter Condition Wildcards
  • Add/Remove Conditions Dialog Box
  • Add/Remove Columns Dialog Box (Events)