An Event Rule is an Event-Action pair – when an Event is detected, the related Action is triggered.
An event rule is a one-to-one definition: a given event can have just one action. However, you create as many event rules as you need. For example, you can define an event that detects motion on a camera with the action "send an email", and a second event that detects motion on a camera with the action "create a bookmark".
User events are custom defined for a wide variety of conditions, using the available events and actions.
System-generated events exist for notification of critical storage and connection issues; a user cannot configure them or delete them.
Default Events are preconfigured events that run in background whenever Wisenet WAVE is open. Default events are triggered by System-level circumstances such as storage failure, license issues, device disconnection, etc.
Event Indicators in Layout
Due to their importance, or simply to make an event noticeable in a dense layout, certain events provide built-in visual indication when triggered. For critical events – storage failure or storage not configured, server failure or conflict, device disconnected, etc. – the indicator is a set of red outlines that radiate from the perimeter of the related item. For other, less critical events – motion on camera, input signal on device – a set of green outlines will radiate from the perimeter of an item. The server monitor also provides a similar visual indicator when a server issue is detected.
Turning Rules On or Off
Using the Event Rule List – Once a rule is defined, it can be turned on or off using a checkbox in the Event Rules list. Turning a rule off means the event will not be detected and the corresponding action will not be performed.
Using the Schedule – For any rule, detection of the event can be turned on or off in increments of one hour using a weekly calendar (see "Event Scheduling".)
Using Global Notification – Notification of a rule occurrence can be turned on or off System-wide (see "Global Notification Settings"). The rule is still on, but notifications are not sent when it triggers.
Resetting All Rules to Default
Rule configurations can be returned to their default settings. From Main Menu -> System Administration (shortcut Ctrl+Alt+A) -> Event Rules, click on Restore all Rules to Default then click Reset to accept changes.
IMPORTANT: All user-defined rules are discarded when you restore rules to default.
To Create a Rule
To Delete a Rule
Right-click on a single rule in the list and choose Delete from the context menu, or use the Delete button at the top of the dialog.
IMPORTANT: There is no confirmation prompt before a rule is deleted!