The Suppression report displays information about event requests correlated to this event, which had their processing suppressed during an event flood based on your event flood control settings.
The top of the report displays when the first event was suppressed and event flood control was initiated. It also displays when the most recently suppressed event occurred. You can use the report to view detailed information about each event request suppressed beneath this parent event during the event flood.
The following table describes the fields of the suppression report table.
|Date||The date and time the event request was suppressed.|
The name of the event flood control filters that applied to the request. Click on the field's value to view the full list of properties and the trigger conditions for each filter.
If you have permission to edit a filter, click Edit Rule to navigate to the rule's configuration page. This text only appears if you have permission to edit the filter. For more information about managing suppression filters, see Manage Event Flood Control Settings.
|Targeted Recipients||The recipients that were targeted by the event request.|
|Priority||The event priority.|
|Initiator||The initiator, or authenticating user, of the request.|
|Integration||The name of the integration associated with the event's integration ID (if any).|
|Event properties||The table contains a column for each request property and displays its value for that event.|
To more easily view data in the table, do one or more of the following:
- To sort the content of a column in alphabetical or chronological order, click the column header. (Click the header again to reverse the sort order.)
- To change the width of a column, move the pointer over the edge of the column and when the re-size icon appears, click and drag the column to the desired size.
- To rearrange the columns, click and drag a column header to a new location on the table.
- If the list contains more entries or columns than can be displayed on your screen, scroll horizontally or vertically. The system automatically loads more data as scroll down the page.