Modifying event-to-actions - 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 need to modify an event-to-action, but you have a long list of them in Security Center, you can search for them using a combination of source entity (name and type), event type, and action type.

Procedure

  1. Open the System task, and click General settings view.
  2. Click the Actions page, and Advanced search () to show the search filters, and filter out the event-to-actions as follows:
    Entity name
    Search for source entity names starting with the search string.
    Entity type
    Select a specific source entity type (default=All).
    Event
    Select a specific event type (default=All).
    Action
    Select a specific action type (default=All).
  3. Select an event-to-action, and click Edit the item ().
  4. From the When drop-down list in the Event-to-action dialog box, select an event type.
    1. (Optional: Camera events only) If you select camera video analytics events, you can specify a condition for camera analytics events. For example, Face detected or Face recognized.
    2. (Optional: LPR only) If you select License plate read, you can specify a condition for LicensePlateRead events.
    3. (Optional: Custom events only) If you select a custom event, you can specify a text string in the and field which must be included in the macro that triggers the event-to-action.
  5. In the From option, click Any entity, and then select an entity that triggers the event.

    By default, the event-to-action occurs when any entity triggers the event type you select. If you select a specific entity, then you might have to set other parameters (for example, if you select a door, then you must also select a door side).

  6. From the Action drop-down list, select an action type and configure its parameters.
    For example, if you select the Send an email action, you can create an email template message that can include fields that are related to the report or event. In this case, using the {CardholderName} field, you could create the message: Unauthorized access attempt by {CardholderName}.
  7. In the Effective option, click Always, and select a schedule when this event-to-action is active.

    If the event occurs outside of the defined schedule, then the action is not triggered. For example, you might want to sound an alarm only when a window is opened during the weekend. By default, Always is selected.

  8. Click Save.

    The Save button is only available when all the arguments required by the event-to-action type are specified.

  9. To delete an event-to-action, select the item, and click Delete ().
  10. Click Apply.