Assembly: Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.OperationsManager (in Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.OperationsManager.dll)Dim instance As ConnectorFrameworkProxy Dim connectorId As Guid Dim utcBookmarkTime As DateTime Dim failures As ConnectorTieredOperationFailure() instance.AcknowledgeMonitoringAlertsForTiers(connectorId, utcBookmarkTime, failures)Public Sub AcknowledgeMonitoringAlertsForTiers ( _ connectorId As Guid, _ utcBookmarkTime As DateTime, _ <OutAttribute> ByRef failures As ConnectorTieredOperationFailure() _ )public void AcknowledgeMonitoringAlertsForTiers ( Guid connectorId, DateTime utcBookmarkTime, out ConnectorTieredOperationFailure failures )public: void AcknowledgeMonitoringAlertsForTiers ( Guid connectorId, DateTime utcBookmarkTime, [OutAttribute] array<ConnectorTieredOperationFailure^>^% failures )public void AcknowledgeMonitoringAlertsForTiers ( Guid connectorId, DateTime utcBookmarkTime, /** @attribute OutAttribute() */ /** @ref */ ConnectorTieredOperationFailure failures )ParametersconnectorIdA globally unique identifier (GUID) for the monitoring connector.utcBookmarkTimeA timestamp bookmark.failuresThe array of failures that may have occurred for various tiered monitoring groups.
The monitoring connector must acknowledge that alerts have been received. Failure to acknowledge an alert will result in subsequent calls to GetMonitoringAlerts returning alerts that have already been returned.
After acknowledging alerts, you get alerts that are updated after the bookmark time that you acknowledged with.
Use server time rather than the current client time for the bookmark time. Choose the maximum time of the alerts you are acknowledging. Use the maximum value of the LastModified property to ensure no data loss.