How to manually update the state of a Status Monitor Object in the SCC portal

Document ID : KB000054126
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Description:

The command ePWorldSetStatus can be used to change the state of a Status Object in the Security Command Center Portal. The results of the state change appears in the corresponding Status Monitor Profile.

Solution:

Run ePWorldSetStatus command from the following directory \Program Files\CA\eTrust Security Command Center\bin with the following parameters:

epworldsetstatus.exe "Product" "Status-Name" state-value /n:status-node /mn:manager-node

Parameters

Product:
Indicates the product name, exactly as defined to eTrust World using an eTrust World product definition.
(Under Security Command Center Tools, Status Monitor Configuration, Product Definitions).

status-name:
Indicates the name of an operational status, alert, or other type of status object, exactly as defined to eTrust World using an eTrust World product definition.

state-value:
Indicates the new state for the status object. Specify the numeric value of the state, not the associated text.

Optional parameters:
/n:status-node
Indicates the node where the status change took place. The default is the local machine. This option should only be specified when setting status for a different machine. Specify the machine name, not an IP address.

/mn :manager-node
Override for node where eTrust World Manager resides

/s:1-5
Indicates the severity level to be logged with a status update as follows:
1=error
2=warning
3=informational
4=success
5=failure
The severity level is only used for eTrust Common Services logging. It is not used to control the eTrust World severity, which relates to the state-value.