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1 - Presenting The Eventlog Plugin

This plugin allows you to view the alerts contained in the database software EventCentral http://xavier.dusart.free.fr/ Compatibility of 0.70 and Windows only

2 - Installation

Very simple:

- Get the tar.gz archive of the plugin - Unzip it in the plugins directory of your installation glpi

3 - to make transactions on the database EventCentral

ALTER TABLE `events` ADD `ID` INT( 11 ) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY FIRST ;

CREATE TABLE `glpi_dropdown_plugin_eventlog_type` (
		`ID` int(11) NOT NULL auto_increment,
		`name` varchar(255) NOT NULL default '',
		`comments` text,
		PRIMARY KEY  (`ID`),
		KEY `name` (`name`)
			) TYPE=MyISAM;
			
INSERT INTO `glpi_dropdown_plugin_eventlog_type` ( `ID` , `name` , `comments` )
VALUES ('1' , 'Error', NULL);

INSERT INTO `glpi_dropdown_plugin_eventlog_type` ( `ID` , `name` , `comments` )
VALUES ('2' , 'Warning', NULL);
	
INSERT INTO `glpi_dropdown_plugin_eventlog_type` ( `ID` , `name` , `comments` )
VALUES ('3' , 'Ack', NULL);
	
INSERT INTO `glpi_dropdown_plugin_eventlog_type` ( `ID` , `name` , `comments` )
VALUES ('4' , 'Information', NULL);
	
INSERT INTO `glpi_dropdown_plugin_eventlog_type` ( `ID` , `name` , `comments` )
VALUES ('8' , 'Audit', NULL);
	
INSERT INTO `glpi_dropdown_plugin_eventlog_type` ( `ID` , `name` , `comments` )
VALUES ('16' , 'Empty', NULL);
	
INSERT INTO `glpi_dropdown_plugin_eventlog_type` ( `ID` , `name` , `comments` )
VALUES ('1024' , 'Undefined', NULL);