Hi,

We are looking into using PA Monitor to monitor live values from an industrial automation system.

Is there a PA Monitor Toolkit or API available for Third party development of server monitors?

Regards,

Jens

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Hi Jeg,

Thank you for trying PA Server Monitor. We do a API tools that you can use and also there are Execute Script monitors and actions that you right your own code for. I hope that this helps.

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answered 15 Apr '16, 12:08

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Hi Quinn,

I have read the documentation for the API you are referring to, but I cannot see how this can be used to develop a custom server monitor. As I understand it, we have to implement new monitors with scripts. Correct me if I’m wrong

Regards, Jens

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Hi Jens,

In your post you had asked about APIs that you could use and so I directed you to that information. You are correct that if you want to create a custom monitor that does specific monitoring for your environment you will then need to use the Execute Script Monitor and the Execute Script Action.

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