Exporting read and hit events to third-party systems - Security Center 5.9

Security Center Administrator Guide 5.9

Applies to
Security Center 5.9
Last updated
2022-09-12
Content type
Guides > Administrator guides
Language
English (United States)
Product
Security Center
Version
5.9

You must configure the ALPR manager role to automatically export a license plate read or hit event to the required third-party external systems.

Before you begin

  • Ensure that your Security Center license has a valid certificate for the AutoVu™ third-party data exporter plugin integration.
  • To configure a secure connection, you must have all the required information from the corresponding third-party API.
  • Ensure that the server firewall rule is updated with the port number specified by the third-party API.

Procedure

  1. From the Config Tool home page, click System > Roles, and then click the ALPR Manager you want to configure.
  2. Click the Properties tab and enable the Data Exporter option.
  3. Click and select the required secure connection type from the drop-down menu.
    NOTE: Only HTTPS connection type is supported.
  4. In the Parameters section, configure the following:
    Endpoint name
    Enter a relevant name for the required third-party server.
    Server URL
    Enter the IP address of the third-party server.
    Export format
    Select the format in which the data needs to be exported.
    • UTMC: Select this option if you want to export reads.
    • JSON2: Select this option if you want to export hits.
  5. In the File format-specific section, enter the value for the Customer ID provided by the customer.
    NOTE: This section is displayed only if Export format selected in step 4 is JSON2.
  6. In the Authorization section, configure the following settings:
    Authorization mode
    Choose the authorization mode as required.
    None
    Select this option if the third-party system does not require any specific authorization method.
    Certificate
    Select this mode if the third-party system uses TLS certificate.
    PasswordGrant
    Select this mode if the third-party system uses PasswordGrant token.
    Client certificate
    Enter or browse the path to the TLS certificate provided by third-party API.
    NOTE: This parameter is displayed only if Certificate authorization mode is selected.
    Token URL
    Enter the value provided by third-party API.
    Client ID
    Enter the value provided by third-party API.
    Client secret
    Enter the value provided by third-party API.
    Username
    Enter the value provided by third-party API.
    Password
    Enter the value provided by third-party API.
    Scope
    Enter the value provided by third-party API.
    NOTE: If no value is provided, the field can be left empty.
  7. Click Apply.