|Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000|
Gets or sets a time interval to wait before alert's actions can be executed again.
The MinutesBeforeReRaise, EventsBeforeRaise, and MinEventsPerSecond properties set the three thresholds that the alert service uses to signal alerts. For each alert, the alert service stores the last time the alert was signaled, a count of how many times the alert has been signaled per second, and a count of the total number of times the alert has been signaled. An alert is given and the alert invokes the actions specific to the alert only when the three threshold requirements for signaling an alert are met simultaneously.
The MinutesBeforeReRaise property sets the minimal number of minutes to wait before an alert can execute its actions again.
FPCAlert.MinutesBeforeReRaise [ = lInterval ]
HRESULT get_MinutesBeforeReRaise( long *plInterval ); HRESULT put_MinutesBeforeReRaise( long lInterval );
The property can have the following values:
|Positive integer||The number of minutes to wait.|
|0||The alert can execute its actions again immediately.|
|-1||The alert must be reset before it can again execute its actions. You can do this through ISA Management or by using the FPCAlertNotification.ResetNotificationState method.|
The property is read-write.