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  1. Hi, I have a datasource that uses a regex to pull values out of some JSON and graphs numerous values. This runs on multiple hosts and the host goes critical if a particular value hits 0. I don't want the individual servers to go critical, I'd like a service/website check to go critical if two out of three sites return the zero value in their JSON response. I can write a datasource to check the JSON from each site but then I have to apply it to a host, or multiple hosts, and that defeats the point as I don't care if a single one goes away. Is it possible to create a w
  2. Hello, We are using custom HTTP Integrations towards Servicedesk Plus from Manage Engine. When creating these we need to know what information we are sending to our ticket system so that we are able to see what we need to change to make it work. What we need is some tool to view the complete request we send to Servicedesk Plus. That would be a great help for us. When we test our integrations we just get the answer from the receiving system. Is it possible to have that kind of solution?
  3. Support confirmed that currently JSONPath filter expressions are not supported in Web Services checks. So this is going to be JSONPath expressions that contain: ?() This functionality is supported by Device Datasources, so I can't imagine this is too difficult to implement for Services.
  4. While working on optimizing Powershell scripts for Logic Monitor, we found out that Active Discovery was great for some applications. However, when it came Powershell invoking commands(running scripts on servers), we found that Active Discovery has the potential to generate too many connections to servers. The answer we arrived at was doing everything in one script and returning it all in a JSON response. This worked significantly better than the dynamic Active Discovery, but had one draw back. The data points had to be manually entered. My suggestion is that Logic Monitor modify the dat
  5. Hi everyone, I'm trying to get some results off a Simplivity system using power shell and json. I have the powershelgl working as I would expect, but I can't get the results to show up in LogicMonitor. In collector debug, I see this when running the script. >!posh returns 0 output: [ { "id": "53466cdf-ee82-435e-8619-334b3a3e7583", "name": "Fakename", "type": "OMNISTACK", "members": [ "4230cce1-f672-e708-0ed6-3310d6db8222", "4230e3c6-4cf6-7228-fc86-cbce8cfa4af7",