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  • Matt commented,

    No, SIGNL4 does not use Log4j, so it cannot be affected by any related exploit.

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    Posting media attachments

    The SIGNL4 webhook not only allows to send event data e.g. in JSON format. It can also accept images or sound attachments. This media data is encoded like email attachments and transmitted via HTTP...

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    Control parameters (Status mapping, enrichment, filtering)

    The SIGNL4 webhook can do more than just receive events to trigger Signls. For example, it can also update previously triggered Signls (status change) to keeps both systems in sync. Notified users ...

  • Matt created an article,

    Payload schema (event parsing)

    The flexibility of the SIGNL4 webhook makes it the most powerful one worldwide because it can receive an enormous number of content types and at the same time does not prescribe a fixed schema for ...

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    HTTP details

    To submit an event to SIGNL4, the webhook can be called via an HTTP request.All details are available in this article. HTTP characteristics The following table lists the HTTP support of the webhook...

  • Matt created an article,

    Getting started - Webhook

    Notifications of malfunctions, downtimes or other critical events can be triggered automatically or manually in SIGNL4. The automatic triggering takes place through the connection to third-party sy...

  • Matt created an article,

    Microsoft AAD: How can I grant Admin consent for new MS Graph API scopes?

    If you're using Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AAD) authentication with SIGNL4, you need to take action as Microsoft is retiring the old "Azure AD Graph API". SIGNL4 was already updated to suppo...

  • Matt created an article,

    Setup step 2 - Create and configure the connector app in SIGNL4

    With setup step 1 you have created a service principal in Azure that is used by the connector app when accessing Azure APIs. The service principal credential data consists of the following and must...

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    How can I transfer ownership of a SIGNL4 Subscription?

    Ownership of a SIGNL4 subscription is basically designated to all Administrators of that subscription. The user who signs up for SIGNL4 and creates the subscription is created as an Administrator. ...

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    Setup step 1 - Creating a service principal for SIGNL4 in Azure

    SIGNL4 uses a service principal in Azure ("App registration") when making calls to the Azure APIs. In addition, this principal is added to a custom user role which tailors access permissions to a m...