Zabbix Documentation 4.4

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 +==== 9 Upgrade notes for 4.4.0 ====
  
 +​<note important>​Zabbix 4.4.0 is not released yet.</​note>​
 +
 +=== Changed host export format ===
 +
 +The format of host and template export has been changed in the way how triggers are exported. Previously all triggers were listed after the host information. Now, to achieve better readability,​ triggers that are based on one host item only are listed within tags of the respective host item.
 +
 +Note also how the expression of the triggers does not reference the host or item, but only the function (''​{last()}<>​0''​ in the example):
 +
 +<code xml>
 +    <​hosts>​
 +        <​host>​
 +            <​host>​Host</​host>​
 +            ...
 +            <​items>​
 +                <​item>​
 +                    <​name>​Item</​name>​
 +                    <​type>​0</​type>​
 +                    <​snmp_community/>​
 +                    <​snmp_oid/>​
 +                    <​key>​item.key</​key>​
 +                    ...
 +                    <​triggers>​
 +                        <​trigger>​
 +                            <​expression>​{last()}<>​0</​expression>​
 +                            <​recovery_mode>​0</​recovery_mode>​
 +                            <​recovery_expression/>​
 +                            <​name>​Item value not 0</​name>​
 +                            <​correlation_mode>​0</​correlation_mode>​
 +                            <​correlation_tag/>​
 +                            <​url/>​
 +                            <​status>​0</​status>​
 +                            <​priority>​2</​priority>​
 +                            <​description/>​
 +                            <​type>​0</​type>​
 +                            <​manual_close>​0</​manual_close>​
 +                            <​dependencies/>​
 +                            <​tags/>​
 +                        </​trigger>​
 +                    </​triggers>​
 +                </​item>​
 +            </​items>​
 +        </​host>​
 +    </​hosts>​
 +</​code>​
 +
 +However, triggers that are more complex and contain several host items are listed within separate <​triggers>​ tags, as before.