How do I set up the alarm feature when using eValid for monitoring?
Thanks for asking about that VicVet.
When running scripts which are unattended it is vital to the user that an alarm be set that would trigger an email message to the person once there is an abnormality in the script.
This helps the user to be informed at all times of the developments of a script.
(1) Insert the Timer Alarm command in script where the user specifies the time in milliseconds.
If the current elapsed time exceeds the value in the timer alarm, then eValid can be set to PAUSE, STOP, and continue running the script.
(2) Configuring the Alarm to automatically email this event requires the user to have a CGI script available to be able to send the email.
(3) You can specify the URL of the CGI on the window provided as well as the email address of the persons you wish to notify incase of such occurrence.
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