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Pass SolarWinds Alert variables using API configured integration

When using the default SolarWinds Orion NPM integration, variables are parsed directly.

But when using a powershell rest api as alert action in SolarWinds then API integration in OpsGenie, the variables from SolarWinds are not parsed.

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Wei Wung
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Sep 15, 2021

Hi @Mark Coronel

Good observation.  Comparing the two integrations's blue draggable fields on the right of their Advanced integration view, most of the field names are different between the two integrations.

The SolarWinds Orion NPM integration was built for that specific payload; whereas the API Integration in Opsgenie uses the Alert API endpoint for alert creation and it expects a payload that is likely quite different from the one sent by the powershell rest api.

If you capture that payload using a tool like, you may be able to extract the values of the fields you want by using dynamic fields, string processing, and/or regular expressions.

Please feel free to contact us at Customer Support for additional assistance!

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