The Critical Notification Event History Report includes the critical notification events reported by OneVue Sync Transmitters and Notify InfoBoards.
A Transmitter sends its events to OneVue during each check-in.
An InfoBoard sends its events during its daily connection to OneVue. InfoBoard events are only available with a OneVue Notify Monitor Subscription and when connected to a PoE/Ethernet network.
The following provides details of what's included in the report and an example of the report. The Fields to Include options selected in the report profile set what optional fields (data) are included in the report. If the report does not include what's needed, be sure to review the options selected.
Report heading detail
Heading: displays the name of the Report Profile and the report date range.
Signature: when the report is manually generated (run now) by a user, the name of the user is displayed. If the report was automatically generated by the schedule set in the Report Profile no information is displayed and the signature line can be used for written signature purposes.
Run date: date and time the report was created.
Account: OneVue account name.
Name: name of the device.
Type: Identifies the device model.
Business Unit: business unit assigned to the device.
Gateway ID: Unique 12-character ID (MAC address) of the device.
Location: location assigned to the device.
Event Start: date and time the critical notification event was activated.
Event End: date and time the critical notification event ended.
Duration: number of minutes the event was active.
Event: identifies the event ID (1 through 5) associated to the critical notification event.
Event Notification: identifies the type of critical notification event, which is what is digitally displayed by an InfoBoard during an active event.