Event Tracking Tables

Event tracking tables are buffers that store combinations of attributes with timeouts for each entry. They track the properties of communication events across several traffic flows. Using individual timeouts for the entries, changes can be tracked over time and the entries can be automatically removed once the timeout has elapsed.

Navigate to Policy > Event Tracking Tables to see an overview of the event tracking tables currently defined in active correlation scenarios. The tables are grouped by scenario.

Click the number in the Counts column to see the entries that the event tracking table currently contains.
If you want to delete the content of the event tracking table, click RESET STATE in this view.

To edit the settings of an existing event tracking table, click in the last table column.

New event tracking tables can only be created in correlation scenarios. Navigate to Policy > Advanced Correlation. Select the required scenario and double-click its name to access its settings (see Advanced Correlation Scenario Settings). In the Event Tracking Tables tab, click ADD.

1. Event Tracking Table Settings

When you configure an event tracking table, the settings screen is displayed with the following options:

Field Description
Name Enter the name of the event tracking table.
Note Optional: Add a short description of the event tracking table.
Retention Time for Event Tracking Specify in seconds for how long events will be stored in the event tracking table. The retention time expires individually for all entries. If you set the retention time to 0, events are stored permanently.
Primary Attribute Type From the drop-down list, select the type of the primary attribute to be stored in the event tracking table. You can select any combination of the available attribute types. Note that you can only set the attribute type while creating a new event tracking table.
Maximum Number of Primary Attributes Enter the maximum number of primary attributes that may be stored in the event tracking table.
Secondary Attribute Type From the drop-down list, select the type of the secondary attribute to be stored in the event tracking table. You can select any combination of the available attribute types. Note that you can only set the attribute type while creating a new event tracking table.
Maximum Number of Secondary Attributes per Primary One Enter the maximum number of secondary attributes that may be stored per primary attribute in the event tracking table.

The buttons at the bottom of the screen allow you to store your changes (SAVE) or to discard them (CANCEL).

Once you save an event tracking table, you can no longer change the Primary Attribute Type and Secondary Attribute Type.

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