In the EXTOL Secure there is a section for Notification E-mail Recipients . This screen is where users have the ability to determine what type of error/exception notifications are sent and to whom.
Below is a breakdown of the type of notifications:
- A HTTP port used by ESX is opened.
- A HTTP port used by ESX port is unavailable.
- A HTTP port used by ESX port failure occurs.
Server - The ESX Server is started/shutdown.
- Warnings/failures occurring within the ESX Server such as:
- Notifying you to set the email server host so notifications can be delivered via email.
- Notifying you the crypto-strength of the policy jars on the ESX Server not being unlimited.
- Notifying you of errors such as an error while attempting to check Log Configuration file for modifications.
- Notifying you an ssl key not being found during https communication or a certificate not being found.
- When an HTTP processing request fails.
- A Session failure occurs such as an HTTP error.
- A transaction warning/failure occurs for partnerships. This usually occurs due to partnership mis-configurations such as not having enough message security, an invalid AS2 ID, certificate error, etc.
- A certificate is expiring or expired.
- An EEI Adapter is started/stopped (both success and failure).
- Connection status warnings/failures.
- Adapter partnership warnings/failures.
- Inbound/Outbound warnings/failures.
- General Adapter Failures
- A Filesystem adapter encounters a failure/warning.
- An EBI Adapter is started/stopped (both success and failure).
- An Inbound/Outbound Acknowledgement warning/failure occurs.
- Any adapter partnership warning/failure occurs.
- Any general adapter failure occurs.
- When any of the (a) Session, (b) Notification, © Ports, (d) EBI Adapter, (e) EEI Adapter log purges start/fail/succeed.
- When the Synchronization process is successful, warning or fails.
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