7 Replies Latest reply on Sep 22, 2011 9:11 AM by apellepa

    List of variables that can be used in Actions

    apellepa

      I didnt find the list of variables that can be used in Actions.

      It possible to get this list ?

       

      ps. WebGateway 6.8.7

       

      Message was edited by: apellepa on 9/21/11 11:15:28 AM EEST
        • 1. Re: List of variables that can be used in Actions

          In the online manuals section, reference guide PDF.

          • 2. Re: List of variables that can be used in Actions
            apellepa

            Can you provide page number or screenshot of online section - icannot find

            • 3. Re: List of variables that can be used in Actions

              I don't have a gateway online right now. Enter the word "reference guide" in the search field at the top.

              • 4. Re: List of variables that can be used in Actions
                asabban

                Hello,

                 

                on the Web Gateway UI:

                 

                Home -> Manuals -> Reference Guide -> Chapter 5 / Page 25.

                 

                In case you are looking for the "parameters" an action can have:

                 

                The meaning of the parameters that are available for being added to an action can shortly be described as follows. For more information, see section 3.2 of the Reference Guide.

                 

                Custom Headers  - Add customized header to HTTP/SMTP message
                    Custom Logs  - Write to customized log file
                    Custom Meta Headers  - Add customized meta header to ICAP message
                    Custom Parameters  - Add customized parameters to transaction
                    Delay (SMTP)   - Delay  e-mail
                    Email Footer  - Add footer to e-mail
                    Email Header  - Add header to e-mail
                    Error Template  - Use specific error template
                    Filter Anti Selection  - Specify where not to show action in Web interface
                    Filter Selection  - Specify where to show action in Web interface
                    HTTP-Error  - Change code number for HTTP error
                   Notify  - Send notification messages
                    Notify-Gateway  - Use non-standard gateway for notifications
                    Progressive Lock-out  - Lock out user for increasing time intervals
                   Protocol Selection  - Show for Web/e-mail only in Web interface
                    Queue-Copy  - Write copy of e-mail to queue
                    Quota  - Use time and/or volume quota
                    Redirect URL  - Redirect to other URL
                    Severity  - Change default severity of action
                    Sleep  - Delay action by "sleeping" interval
                    Subject-Prefix  - Insert string at beginning of subject
                    Syslog  - Write to system log file
                    Time Scheme Name  - Apply time scheme to action
                    Trap Event  - Send SNMP trap message
                  Warning Template  - Add coaching/quota template

                 

                best,

                andre

                 

                Nachricht geändert durch asabban on 21.09.11 10:47:50 CDT
                • 5. Re: List of variables that can be used in Actions
                  apellepa

                  NO NO NO!

                  For example - if we select Syslog - we can wriet message to syslog with %u variable wich replaced by URL.

                  Where to get list of variables like %u?

                   

                  Message was edited by: apellepa on 9/21/11 8:12:30 PM EEST
                  • 6. Re: List of variables that can be used in Actions
                    asabban

                    Hello,

                     

                    please look at:

                     

                    on the Web Gateway UI:

                     

                    Home -> Manuals -> Reference Guide -> Chapter 5 / Page 25.

                     

                    You will find the parameters like %u there. %u itself is explained on page 28.

                     

                    Best,

                    Andre