Specifying values and actions from the command prompt

Using specific commands, you can specify a list of event IDs or text strings that you want the BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 Log Monitoring Tool to find in a log file, and you can specify the actions that you want the tool to perform when it finds the values.

You run the tool using a series of parameters and corresponding values from the command prompt. You use the -events parameter to specify event IDs or text strings, and the -action parameter to specify the action that you want the tool to perform when it finds the event IDs or text strings. An event ID is a five-digit number or six-digit number. You can specify multiple event IDs using a comma-separated ( , ) list. The tool treats each event individually with an assigned action for each event.



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