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manual:api:reference:event:object [2019/10/04 11:19]
gcalenko [ZBXNEXT-5386,ZBXNEXT-5387] Webhooks for actions
manual:api:reference:event:object [2020/02/24 10:19] (current)
marinagen more precise wording
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 ^  Property ​ ^  Type  ^  Description ​ ^ ^  Property ​ ^  Type  ^  Description ​ ^
 | eventid ​ | string ​ | ID of the event. ​ | | eventid ​ | string ​ | ID of the event. ​ |
-| source | integer | Type of the event. \\ \\ Possible values: \\ 0 - event created by a trigger; \\ 1 - event created by a discovery rule; \\ 2 - event created by active agent auto-registration; \\ 3 - internal event. | +| source | integer | Type of the event. \\ \\ Possible values: \\ 0 - event created by a trigger; \\ 1 - event created by a discovery rule; \\ 2 - event created by active agent autoregistration; \\ 3 - internal event. | 
-| object | integer | Type of object that is related to the event. \\ \\ Possible values for trigger events: \\ 0 - trigger. \\ \\ Possible values for discovery events: \\ 1 - discovered host; \\ 2 - discovered service. \\ \\ Possible values for auto-registration ​events: \\ 3 - auto-registered host. \\ \\ Possible values for internal events: \\ 0 - trigger; \\ 4 - item; \\ 5 - LLD rule. |+| object | integer | Type of object that is related to the event. \\ \\ Possible values for trigger events: \\ 0 - trigger. \\ \\ Possible values for discovery events: \\ 1 - discovered host; \\ 2 - discovered service. \\ \\ Possible values for autoregistration ​events: \\ 3 - auto-registered host. \\ \\ Possible values for internal events: \\ 0 - trigger; \\ 4 - item; \\ 5 - LLD rule. |
 | objectid | string | ID of the related object. | | objectid | string | ID of the related object. |
 | acknowledged | integer | Whether the event has been acknowledged. | | acknowledged | integer | Whether the event has been acknowledged. |
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 | ns | integer | Nanoseconds when the event was created. | | ns | integer | Nanoseconds when the event was created. |
 | name | string | Resolved event name. | | name | string | Resolved event name. |
-| value | integer | State of the related object. \\ \\ Possible values for trigger events: \\ 0 - OK; \\ 1 - problem. \\ \\ Possible values for discovery events: \\ 0 - host or service up; \\ 1 - host or service down; \\ 2 - host or service discovered; \\ 3 - host or service lost. \\ \\ Possible values for internal events: \\ 0 - "​normal"​ state; \\ 1 - "​unknown"​ or "not supported"​ state. \\ \\ This parameter is not used for active agent auto-registration ​events. |+| value | integer | State of the related object. \\ \\ Possible values for trigger events: \\ 0 - OK; \\ 1 - problem. \\ \\ Possible values for discovery events: \\ 0 - host or service up; \\ 1 - host or service down; \\ 2 - host or service discovered; \\ 3 - host or service lost. \\ \\ Possible values for internal events: \\ 0 - "​normal"​ state; \\ 1 - "​unknown"​ or "not supported"​ state. \\ \\ This parameter is not used for active agent autoregistration ​events. |
 | severity| integer | Event current severity. \\ \\ Possible values: \\ 0 - not classified; \\ 1 - information;​ \\ 2 - warning; \\ 3 - average; \\ 4 - high; \\ 5 - disaster. | | severity| integer | Event current severity. \\ \\ Possible values: \\ 0 - not classified; \\ 1 - information;​ \\ 2 - warning; \\ 3 - average; \\ 4 - high; \\ 5 - disaster. |
 | r_eventid | string | Recovery event ID  | | r_eventid | string | Recovery event ID  |
-| c_eventid | string | Problem event ID who generated OK event | +| c_eventid | string | ID of the event that was used to override (close) current event under global correlation rule. See ''​correlationid''​ to identify exact correlation rule. \\ This parameter is only used when the event is closed by global correlation rule.  ​
-| correlationid | string | Correlation ​ID |+| correlationid | string | ID of the correlation rule that generated closing of the problem.\\ This parameter is only used when the event is closed by global correlation rule.  ​|
 | userid | string | User ID if the event was manually closed. | | userid | string | User ID if the event was manually closed. |
 | suppressed | integer | Whether the event is suppressed. \\ \\ Possible values: \\ 0 - event is in normal state; \\ 1 - event is suppressed. | | suppressed | integer | Whether the event is suppressed. \\ \\ Possible values: \\ 0 - event is in normal state; \\ 1 - event is suppressed. |