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manual:api:reference:dservice:object [2014/09/26 11:21]
sasha Links adapted because of a move operation
manual:api:reference:dservice:object [2016/10/07 12:43] (current)
viktors.tjarve [Discovered service] removed properties key_ and type
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 | dns | string | DNS of the host running the service. | | dns | string | DNS of the host running the service. |
 | ip | string | IP address of the host running the service. | | ip | string | IP address of the host running the service. |
-| key_ | string | Key used by a Zabbix agent discovery check to locate the service. | 
 | lastdown | timestamp | Time when the discovered service last went down. | | lastdown | timestamp | Time when the discovered service last went down. |
 | lastup | timestamp | Time when the discovered service last went up. | | lastup | timestamp | Time when the discovered service last went up. |
 | port | integer | Service port number. | | port | integer | Service port number. |
 | status | integer | Status of the service. \\ \\ Possible values: \\ 0 - service up; \\ 1 - service down. | | status | integer | Status of the service. \\ \\ Possible values: \\ 0 - service up; \\ 1 - service down. |
-| type | integer | Type of discovered service. The type of service matches the type of the discovery check used to detect the service. \\ \\ Refer to the [[manual:​api:​reference:​dcheck:​object#​dcheck|discovery check "​type"​ property]] for a list of supported types. | 
 | value | string | Value returned by the service when performing a Zabbix agent, SNMPv1, SNMPv2 or SNMPv3 discovery check. | | value | string | Value returned by the service when performing a Zabbix agent, SNMPv1, SNMPv2 or SNMPv3 discovery check. |