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 ^ Property ^ Type ^ Description ^ ^ Property ^ Type ^ Description ^
 | status | integer | Current status of the service. \\ \\ Refer to the [[object#​service|service object page]] for more information on service statuses. | | status | integer | Current status of the service. \\ \\ Refer to the [[object#​service|service object page]] for more information on service statuses. |
-| problems | array | Triggers that are currently in problem state and are linked either to the service or one of its descendants. |+| problems | array | [[:​manual/​api/​reference/​trigger/​object|Triggers]] that are currently in problem state and are linked either to the service or one of its descendants. |
 | sla | array | SLA data about each time period. \\ \\ Each SLA object has the following properties: \\ - ''​from''​ - //​(timestamp)//​ interval start time; \\ - ''​to''​ - //​(timestamp)//​ interval end time; \\ - ''​sla''​ - //(float)// SLA for the given time interval; \\ - ''​okTime''​ - //​(integer)//​ time the service was in OK state, in seconds; ​ \\ - ''​problemTime''​ - //​(integer)//​ time the service was in problem state, in seconds; \\ - ''​downtimeTime''​ - //​(integer)//​ time the service was in scheduled downtime, in seconds. | | sla | array | SLA data about each time period. \\ \\ Each SLA object has the following properties: \\ - ''​from''​ - //​(timestamp)//​ interval start time; \\ - ''​to''​ - //​(timestamp)//​ interval end time; \\ - ''​sla''​ - //(float)// SLA for the given time interval; \\ - ''​okTime''​ - //​(integer)//​ time the service was in OK state, in seconds; ​ \\ - ''​problemTime''​ - //​(integer)//​ time the service was in problem state, in seconds; \\ - ''​downtimeTime''​ - //​(integer)//​ time the service was in scheduled downtime, in seconds. |