Template variable expansion vs $obj


I’m trying to implement a new transport, and want to move as much as possible to templates. Can anybody confirm if all the variables available in the transport as $obj[‘var’] should be available within templates?.

I’m trying to figure why {{ $alert->rule }} doesn’t expand, but $obj[‘rule’] does

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RRDTool 1.7.0
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[OK] lower_case_table_names is enabled
[OK] MySQL engine is optimal
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[OK] Python poller wrapper is polling
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[OK] rrdtool version ok
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The template has already been run by the time the transport is called.

Why would you need to access transport variables within the template? Doing that would make a template locked to a transport, breaking with other transports.

Hello!, is the other way around. I would like to include rule ID in the message. According to the documentation (Templates - LibreNMS Docs) $alert->rule should be available in a template, but doesn’t seem to be the case.

If I define in the template {{ $alert-> rule }} within the template, the ID is not passed to the transport.

Perhaps a bug?

PR sent as Fix reference to Rule ID by ciroiriarte · Pull Request #14344 · librenms/librenms · GitHub

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