Elements used in event-to-action conditions for video analytics events - Security Center 5.7

Security Center Administrator Guide 5.7

Applies to
Security Center 5.7
Last updated
2021-12-16
Content type
Guides > Administrator guides
Language
English (United States)
Product
Security Center
Version
5.7

If you add a condition when creating an event-to-action for a video analytics event, the condition must contain an identifier, an operator, and a value (text or numeric).

Operators

The following table lists operators that can be used and the corresponding value types, descriptions, and examples.
Operator Description Type of value Example
> Greater than the specified value. Numeric [Count] > 80
< Less than the specified value. Numeric [Count] < 75
>= Greater than or equal to the specified value. Numeric [Count] >= 80
<= Less than or equal to the specified value. Numeric [Count] <= 75
= Equal to the specified value. Numeric [Count] = 80
Text [Direction] = "left"
startsWith Starts with the specified value. Text [RuleName] startsWith "X"
endsWith Ends with the specified value. Text [RuleName] endsWith "C"
contains Contains the specified value. Text [RuleName] contains "Rule123"
matches Respects the regular expression. Text [RuleName] matches "regularExpression" expression1 OR expression2 AND expression3

Identifiers

The following table lists the common identifiers that can be used and the corresponding value types, descriptions, and examples.
IMPORTANT: These identifiers are only supported for people counter events (Object count reached and Object count changed).
Identifier Description Type of value Example
RuleName The rule name configured on the device. Text [RuleName] contains "RuleA"
Update Update values are punctual or summary. Text [Update] = "punctual'
Direction Direction values are in, out, left, or right. Text [Direction] = "right"
Count Numeric value. Numeric [Count] > 2

For more information about specifying conditions when creating event-to-actions for camera analytics events, see Adding conditions when creating event-to-actions for video analytics events