An automation e.g. sql execution, script execution, ssh command, local program, etc) can executed via the click on a link located in a Germain Alert (email or sms).
Unlimited number of links can be added to an Alert and any Alert can be customized and you can create your own alert.
Start/Stop/Restart an Application/Service/Server/Database
Send data to a ticket system to create a ticket
Enter data into a DB
Generate a report
There are currently 4 arguments you can fill:
This is the name of the action you want to run
Optional: (All are strings, but will be separate variables for the Action to consume)
A string variable to store the server's identity or hostname
A string variable to store the way to identity or connect to the DB
A string variable to store identifying information about an application or service
Here is an example of a Action Link.
Example of a Service Restart Action Link
is an automatic variable with the URL of your Germain Server. No Need to change it.
This is the name of the service.
The is the hostname
In this case it would execute the Action “restartservice” (“id”) and pass in two arguments (“server” and “app”).
The <#if> is there to protect against unexpectedly missing data. If any of the following were missing, it would not try to create a link. By not trying to create a link with missing data, it avoids errors that could prevent the alert from being sent out:
Feature Availability: 8.6.0 or later