Items with tag softlayer_user_customer_notification_hardware


    • createObject
      Passing in an unsaved instances of a Customer_Notification_Hardware object into this function will create the object and return the results to the user.
    • createObjects
      Passing in a collection of unsaved instances of Customer_Notification_Hardware objects into this function will create all objects and return the results to the user.
    • deleteObjects
      Like any other API object, the customer notification objects can be deleted by passing an instance of them into this function. The ID on the object must be set.
    • findByHardwareId
      This method returns all Customer_Notification_Hardware objects associated with the passed in hardware ID as long as that hardware ID is owned by the current user's account. This behavior can also be accomplished by simply tapping monitoringUserNotification on the Hardware_Server object.
    • getHardware
      The hardware object that will be monitored.
    • getObject
      getObject retrieves the SoftLayer_User_Customer_Notification_Hardware object whose ID number corresponds to the ID number of the init parameter passed to the SoftLayer_User_Customer_Notification_Hardware service. You can only retrieve hardware notifications attached to hardware and users that belong to your account
    • getUser
      The user that will be notified when the associated hardware object fails a monitoring instance.
    • SoftLayer_User_Customer_Notification_Hardware
      The Customer_Notification_Hardware object stores links between customers and the hardware devices they wish to monitor. This link is not enough, the user must be sure to also create SoftLayer_Network_Monitor_Version1_Query_Host instance with the response action set to 'notify users' in order for the users linked to that hardware object to be notified on failure.
    • SoftLayer_User_Customer_Notification_Hardware
      This service represents the link between a monitored hardware instance, and a user account. When a monitoring service on that hardware instance fails and the monitor is set to 'notify users,' any users linked to that hardware instance using this service will be notified of the failure.