Interface AlarmEvent

  • All Superinterfaces:
    Countable, Extendable<PropertySet>, java.lang.Iterable<PropertyValue>, Mergable<PropertySet>, MutablePropertyValueSource, PropertySet, PropertyValueSource,
    All Known Implementing Classes:
    AlarmEventInstance, BasicAlarmEvent, PyAlarmEventImpl

    public interface AlarmEvent
    extends PropertySet
    The alarm event transports all information about a particular alarm instance. It is generally generated when the alarm goes active, and then updated during the lifecycle of the event. The Alarm Event object contains details for each stage of the alarm cycle - active, clear, ack. However, the object itself extends from PropertySet, and contains properties that pertain to its overall lifecycle. These might be updated by the pipeline system, for example. The calls to getOrDefault and contains first search through the event data (ack to clear to active), and then to the base data, and therefore can be used in most cases that a property is required.
    • Method Detail

      • getId

        java.util.UUID getId()
        The unique id for this event. Generated when the alarm is first generated, and then maintained for the life of the alarm event cycle.
      • getSource

        QualifiedPath getSource()
        The path to the alarm that generated this event.
      • getName

        java.lang.String getName()
      • getPriority

        AlarmPriority getPriority()
        Returns the priority of the alarm event.
      • getDisplayPathOrSource

        java.lang.String getDisplayPathOrSource()
      • getLabel

        java.lang.String getLabel()
        Returns the "Label" property, or "Name" if not defined.
      • active

        void active​(EventData activeData)
      • acknowledge

        void acknowledge​(EventData ackData)
      • isCleared

        boolean isCleared()
      • isAcked

        boolean isAcked()
      • isShelved

        boolean isShelved()
        Returns whether this is event is currently shelved, if the ShelfExpiration property is set, or whether the event was shelved, for journaled events, based on whether the IsShelved property is set.
      • getState

        AlarmState getState()
        Returns the current state, as an enum. If this event represents a single state, such as the result from a journal query, this value will be misleading. In that case, getLastEventState() is the more accurate state function to use.
      • getLastEventState

        AlarmStateTransition getLastEventState()
        Returns the most recent transition, or if this event represents a single state, the particular state that it represents.
      • getNotes

        java.lang.String getNotes()