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1 PatLacasse commented Permalink

Here we do this by configuring the EIF message (msg). You have access to all attributes within the eif.

After, eif is sent to omnibus (eif probe). All attributes parameters are replaced by the actual values...
Also, it is very easy to know attributes names because they are accessible by dropdowns un the customize eif panel.

2 jalvord commented Permalink

Using msg - a tailored message from existing attributes is an excellent practice. In the case I was describing, the customer needed data that was NOT in the existing attributes. Instead it was information from the environment which could be gathered by other commands.

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