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Icinga2 check URL to Opsgenie


i have connected our Icinga Server to Opsgenie and all is working well.
For a faster troubleshooting i would like to get the Icinga Check URL to Opsgenie, so i have only to click on the URL and will be directed to the Check in Icinga.

Is it possible to configure the Icinga Server / Opsgenie to get the check URL in the Opsgenie alert?


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Samir Atlassian Team Apr 22, 2021

Hi @Lukas Röhrl ,


It would depend on whether Icinga sends this url over in the payload. If it does, then you could certainly parse it out in the integration using dynamic fields.

For example, if there is a field called checkUrl in the payload Icinga sends to Opsgenie, something like {{_payload.checkUrl}} you could put in the integration to parse it out...



So as long as Icinga is sending over this url in the payload, then we can parse it out.


You can check the logs in Settings -> Logs in Opsgenie to see the payload we're receiving from Icinga, to see if that URL is included in there. Please feel free to reach out to support via and we can assist you with checking the logs, and determining how to parse it out if it's being sent.




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