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Importing and exporting event handlers
Managing event handlers

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Event Handler - Export/Import

You can now import and export event handlers. This feature allows you to develop custom event handlers and deploy them in bulk to other ADOMS or FortiAnalyzer units. Simply export the custom event handlers, then import them into the ADOMs or units where you want them deployed. You can also export event handlers as part of your backup procedure.

To export even handlers:
  1. Go to Incidents & Events and select Event Monitor > Event Handler List in the tree menu.
  2. Select the event handler or handlers that you are exporting, then right click on one and click Export.

  3. Save the exported JSON file to your management computer.

To import event handlers:
  1. Go to Incidents & Events and select Event Monitor > Event Handler List in the tree menu.
  2. Right click in the event handler list and click Import.

    The Import Event Handler dialog box opens.

  3. Drag the event handler JSON file onto the import dialog box, or click Browse to locate the file on the management computer.

  4. Click OK to import the event handler or handlers.

Note

If the imported event handler's name already exists, the Unix epoch timestamp will be automatically appended to the imported handler's name, for example: App Ctrl Event‑1544644459276775. The name can be edited as required after importing.

Note

If the imported file is the wrong format or has an error, the system will report an error.

Related Videos

FortiAnalyzer Event Handler Export and Import

  • 94 views
  • 6 months ago

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Event Handler - Export/Import

You can now import and export event handlers. This feature allows you to develop custom event handlers and deploy them in bulk to other ADOMS or FortiAnalyzer units. Simply export the custom event handlers, then import them into the ADOMs or units where you want them deployed. You can also export event handlers as part of your backup procedure.

To export even handlers:
  1. Go to Incidents & Events and select Event Monitor > Event Handler List in the tree menu.
  2. Select the event handler or handlers that you are exporting, then right click on one and click Export.

  3. Save the exported JSON file to your management computer.

To import event handlers:
  1. Go to Incidents & Events and select Event Monitor > Event Handler List in the tree menu.
  2. Right click in the event handler list and click Import.

    The Import Event Handler dialog box opens.

  3. Drag the event handler JSON file onto the import dialog box, or click Browse to locate the file on the management computer.

  4. Click OK to import the event handler or handlers.

Note

If the imported event handler's name already exists, the Unix epoch timestamp will be automatically appended to the imported handler's name, for example: App Ctrl Event‑1544644459276775. The name can be edited as required after importing.

Note

If the imported file is the wrong format or has an error, the system will report an error.