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Hi Greisen, As parameter C would be considered a retrieved/custom parameter, filling it up using a QAction seems to be the way to go about it. with the triggers being param A and B. In the Qaction, you...

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Hi Jaroslow, if there is no writes done on to the device, I would recommend using param3 and setting the value on that parameter. And to turn param1 into a 'hidden' parameter. In this case a infinite...

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Hi Miao Miao, if it is to get status information regarding a failover setup. There is also the Generic Failover Status connector. Which you could use to alarm the failover status and status details.

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Hi Trong, For your table parameter are you using multiplegetnext if so could you change it to bulk or GetNext. As when using multiplegetnext, the whole table will fail if there is an error in any of the...

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Hi Edib, Can you try validating your protocol and rebuilding the solution to see if there are any critical errors that might prevent the protocol to compile properly Also doubt it will make a difference...

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Hi Samson, you can use a QAction on the protocol to disable/delete the DVEs when the status is “Deleted” to automate this task.

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Hi Zabdi, Looking at your code, your webclient should be clientFail instead of clientFalla. clientFail.DownloadString(url_offtime); Also if possible, it would be good to test the API call on Postman if...

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Hi Emir, Could you try to change the value tag's value to -0.001 <Exception id="1" value="-1"> <Display state="disabled">N/A</Display> <Value>-1</Value> </Exception>...

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Hi William, This could be due to QA37 missing the reference to QA1. Could you try uploading the connecter through Dmprotocol to see if that fixes the referencing? You can check if QA37 contains reference...

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Hi Trong Hunynh, you can retrieve the polling IP address using the ElementInfoEventMessage class found in Skyline.DataMiner.Net.Messages. /// <summary> /// Gets Element Info Event Message Data....

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