Organization Notification JSON Filter Reference

When creating a configuration on the Notifications (platform-eu | platform-au) page, you must provide a JSON configuration indicating which activities should trigger a notification.

All values must appear between quotation marks (") and be separated by a comma (,).

Content Object

Leave the content object empty, unless you want your notification to target one or more specific resources, such as sources, query pipelines, and machine learning models.

Example

You want to target only a certain source. In such a case, use the sourceId property.

With the following configuration, you will be notified of successful refreshes of source besttechsz5jzmj5-uno7vnbrvgd5fruo5i3rl3cjea.

{
  "content":{
    "sourceId":"besttechsz5jzmj5-uno7vnbrvgd5fruo5i3rl3cjea"
  },
  "operations":[
    "REFRESH"
  ],
  "resourceTypes":[
    "SOURCE"
  ],
  "resultTypes":[
    "SUCCESS"
  ]
}

Operations Array

An activity operation identifies the action performed on the Coveo module (i.e., resource type) from which an event originates.

In the operations array, enter the operations of which you want to be notified when they apply to the target resources (see ResourceTypes Array).

Example

With the following configuration, you receive a notification for any source failing to update.

{
  "content":{},
  "operations":[
    "REFRESH", "FULL_REFRESH", "REBUILD"
  ],
  "resourceTypes":[
    "SOURCE"
  ],
  "resultTypes":[
    "ERROR"
  ]
}

If you try to pass an invalid operation, the Notifications API returns an error code along with a message containing the accepted operations. For example:

errorCode: "INVALID_SUBSCRIPTION"
message: "A subscription must specify valid 'operations'. The following are invalid : '[myInvalidActivity]'. Accepted operations are: '[REFRESH_CANCEL, CREATE, REFRESH, REFRESH_ENTITY, PAUSE_ON_ERROR, RESUME, CHANGE_ONLINE, PAUSE, BACKUP, IMPORT, DELETE, SYNCHRONIZE, DUPLICATE, SCHEDULE_CREATE, SEARCH_CERTIFICATE_UPDATE, RESIZE, RESTORE, UPDATE, REFRESH_ENTITIES_NOT_UPDATED, DISABLE, CHANGE_READ_ONLY, COMMIT, STOP, REFRESH_ENTITIES_IN_ERROR, FULL_REFRESH, CONFIG_CREATE, INCREMENTAL_REFRESH, ORG_PROVISIONING_CHECK, ENABLE, SCHEDULE_DELETE, SCHEDULE_CHANGE, LIMIT_REACHED, ENABLE_DISABLED_ENTITIES, TEST, IDLE, UPGRADE, START, CONFIG_CHANGE, REBUILD]' or '*' for all values."
requestID: "6h625j3c-ge34-7352-7d32-sd65dlvoedn3"

Access this message by opening your web browser developer tools and inspecting the Notification API response.

The following sections list all possible activity operations along with their corresponding name in the Coveo Administration Console and the activity resource types they’re typically performed on.

* (All Operations)

Anything

APPLY

Name in the Administration Console: Apply

EXTENSION resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when the execution of an indexing pipeline extension (IPE) times out.

BACKUP

Name in the Administration Console: Backup

ORGANIZATION resource type.

Organization and index backups are performed every day. When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted on their status.

CHANGE_ONLINE

Name in the Administration Console: Change online

Internal Coveo resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when an online index in the backend is ready to serve queries.

CHANGE_READ_ONLY

Name in the Administration Console: Read/write status switch

ORGANIZATION resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when the index status has switched between read-write and read-only mode.

COMMIT

Name in the Administration Console: Commit

Internal Coveo resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted on the status of items committing to the index.

CONFIG_CHANGE

Name in the Administration Console: Configuration edit

SECURITY_PROVIDER and SOURCE resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted on any change occurring within the configuration.

CONFIG_CREATE

Name in the Administration Console: Initial configuration

Internal Coveo resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted of the initial configuration of a resource.

CREATE

Name in the Administration Console: Addition

Most resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a new resource has been added to your organization.

DELETE

Name in the Administration Console: Deletion

Most resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a resource has been removed from your organization.

DISABLE

Name in the Administration Console: Deactivation

API_KEY resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when an API key has been disabled.

DUPLICATE

Name in the Administration Console: Duplication

ORGANIZATION resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a resource has been duplicated.

ENABLE

Name in the Administration Console: Enable

API_KEY resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when an API key has been enabled.

ENABLE_DISABLED_ENTITIES

Name in the Administration Console: Enable disabled entities

SECURITY_CACHE resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a security parameter has been re-enabled.

FULL_REFRESH

Name in the Administration Console: Rescan

SOURCE resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a rescan has been performed on a source.

IDLE

Name in the Administration Console: Idle

Internal Coveo resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a resource remains idle.

IMPORT

Name in the Administration Console: Import

Internal Coveo resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a CSV file is imported into a query pipeline.

INCREMENTAL_REFRESH

Name in the Administration Console: Refresh

SOURCE resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a source has been refreshed.

LIMIT_REACHED

Name in the Administration Console: Limit reached

Most resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a resource has reached its capacity.

ORG_PROVISIONING_CHECK

Name in the Administration Console: Provisioning wait

SOURCE resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when the provisioning of a new source is in progress.

PAUSE

Name in the Administration Console: Pause

SOURCE resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a source update is paused.

PAUSE_ON_ERROR

Name in the Administration Console: Pause on error

SOURCE resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a source update has paused due to an error.

REBUILD

Name in the Administration Console: Initial build

SOURCE resource type. When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a source has been rebuilt.

REFRESH

Name in the Administration Console: Refresh

SECURITY_CACHE and SECURITY_PROVIDER resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a security cache and provider has been refreshed.

REFRESH_CANCEL

Name in the Administration Console: Refresh cancellation

SOURCE resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a source refresh has been cancelled.

REFRESH_ENTITY

Name in the Administration Console: Security identity refresh

SECURITY_PROVIDER resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a security cache and provider has performed an identity refresh.

REFRESH_ENTITIES_IN_ERROR

Name in the Administration Console: Refresh

SECURITY_CACHE resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a security cache refresh has found errors.

RESIZE

Name in the Administration Console: Resize

Internal Coveo resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when the size of a resource has been modified.

RESTORE

Name in the Administration Console: Restore

Internal Coveo resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a resource has been restored.

RESUME

Name in the Administration Console: Resume

SOURCE resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a source update has resumed.

SCHEDULE_CHANGE

Name in the Administration Console: Schedule edit

SECURITY_CACHE and SOURCE resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a security cache update or a source update has been rescheduled.

SCHEDULE_CREATE

Name in the Administration Console: Schedule addition

SECURITY_CACHE and SOURCE resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a new update schedule has been added to a security cache update or to a source.

SCHEDULE_DELETE

Name in the Administration Console: Schedule deletion

SECURITY_CACHE and SOURCE resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a security cache update or a source has been scheduled for deletion.

START

Name in the Administration Console: Start

Internal Coveo resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when the machine that is running the index has started.

STOP

Name in the Administration Console: Stop

Internal Coveo resource types.

When added to your notification, you’ll be alerted when the machine that is running the index has stopped.

SYNCHRONIZE

Name in the Administration Console: Synchronization

FIELD resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when fields in an organization have been synchronized.

TEST

Name in the Administration Console: Test

EXTENSION resource type.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when an IPE is being tested.

UPDATE

Name in the Administration Console: Update

Most resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when a resource has been updated.

UPGRADE

Name in the Administration Console: Upgrade

Internal Coveo resource types.

When added to your notifications, you’ll be alerted when an internal resource has been upgraded.

ResourceTypes Array

An activity resource type identifies the Coveo module from which an event originates.

In the resourceTypes array, enter the resources affected by the operations you selected (see Operations Array).

Example

With the following configuration, you will be notified of any field or mapping deletion attempt, regardless of whether it’s successful, aborted, or resulting in an error.

{
  "content":{},
  "operations":[
    "DELETE"
  ],
  "resourceTypes":[
    "FIELD", "MAPPING"
  ],
  "resultTypes":[
    "*"
  ]
}

To get the exhaustive list of resources available in your organization, you can access the user notification panel, which provides a drop-down menu containing this information (see Add or Edit a User Notification).

Alternatively, assuming you have developer skills, you can use the Activity API GET /rest/organizations/{organizationId}/activities/resourcetypes endpoint. Ensure that you’re using an access token with the Organization - Activities - View privilege. For example:

Requesting a List of All Available Resources in an Organization

POST https://platform.cloud.coveo.com/rest/organizations/myOrganizationId/activities/resourcetypes HTTP/1.1

Authorization: Bearer **********-****-****-****-************
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[
  "SECURITY_PROVIDER",
  "EXTENSION",
  "ORGANIZATION",
  "AGENT",
  "GROUP",
  "SEARCHAPI_ORGANIZATION",
  "API_KEY",
  "REPORTS",
  "MAPPING",
  "RULE",
  "PIPELINE",
  "EXPORTS",
  "INDEX",
  "CLUSTER",
  "LICENSE",
  "ENDPOINT_REFRESH",
  "FIELD",
  "NODE",
  "SUBSCRIPTION",
  "SECURITY_CACHE",
  "MODEL",
  "SWAP_PIPELINE",
  "SEARCH_PAGE",
  "SOURCE",
  "CONDITION"
]

The following sections list the most common activity resource types along with their corresponding name in the Coveo Administration Console, a short description, and the activity operations they’re typically associated with.

* (All Resource Types)

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: All

* can refer to all resources and can be associated with any activity operation.

API_KEY

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: API access

An API key in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, ENABLE, DISABLE, LIMIT_REACHED, and UPDATE.

CATALOG

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Catalog

A Coveo commerce catalog in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, and UPDATE.

CONDITION

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Condition

A condition on a query pipeline in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, and UPDATE.

CRAWLING_MODULE

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Crawling Module

A Crawling Module component in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, and UPDATE.

CUSTOM_DIMENSIONS

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Custom dimensions

The custom Coveo Usage Analytics (Coveo UA) dimensions in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, LIMIT_REACHED, and UPDATE.

EXPORTS

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Exports

The Coveo UA exports in a Coveo organization which are typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, LIMIT_REACHED, and UPDATE.

EXPORT_SCHEDULES

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Export schedules

The Coveo UA export schedules in a Coveo organization which are typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, LIMIT_REACHED, and UPDATE.

EXTENSION

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Extension

An indexing pipeline extension (IPE) in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: APPLY, CREATE, DELETE, DISABLE, LIMIT_REACHED, TEST, and UPDATE.

FIELD

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Field

A field in the index of a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, UPDATE, and SYNCHRONIZE.

GROUP

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Group

A group of users with certain privileges in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, LIMIT_REACHED, and UPDATE.

IN PRODUCT EXPERIENCE

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: In-Product Experience

An In-Product Experience (IPX) interface in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, and UPDATE.

LICENSE

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: License

The license of a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the UPDATE operation.

MAPPING

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Mapping

A mapping on a source in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: LIMIT_REACHED and UPDATE.

MODEL

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Model

A Coveo Machine Learning (Coveo ML) model in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, and UPDATE.

NAMED_FILTERS

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Named filters

The Coveo UA named filters in a Coveo organization which are typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, LIMIT_REACHED, and UPDATE.

ORGANIZATION

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Organization

A Coveo organization typically associated with the following operations: BACKUP, CHANGE_READ_ONLY, CREATE, DELETE, DUPLICATE, and UPDATE.

PERMISSION_FILTERS

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Permission filters

The Coveo UA permission filters in a Coveo organization which are typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, LIMIT_REACHED, and UPDATE.

PIPELINE

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Pipeline

A query pipeline in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, and UPDATE.

The PIPELINE resource type is intended to monitor the creation, deletion, or renaming of a specific query pipeline.

To target modifications within a specific query pipeline (typically a query pipeline statement change), use the RULE resource type.

REPORTS

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Reports

The Coveo UA reports in a Coveo organization which are typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, LIMIT_REACHED, and UPDATE.

RULE

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Rule

A query pipeline statement in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, and UPDATE.

SAML_IDENTITY_PROVIDER

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: SSO identity providers

A SAML 2.0 single sign-on provider in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, and UPDATE.

SEARCH_PAGE

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Search page

A hosted search page in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, and UPDATE.

SECURITY_CACHE

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Security identities

The security identity cache of a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: REFRESH, REFRESH_ENTITIES_IN_ERROR, SCHEDULE_CREATE, and SCHEDULE_DELETE.

SECURITY_PROVIDER

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Identity provider

A security identity provider in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CONFIG_CHANGE, CREATE, DELETE, LIMIT_REACHED, REFRESH, REFRESH_ENTITY, and UPDATE.

SOURCE

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Source

A source in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CONFIG_CHANGE, CREATE, DELETE, FULL_REFRESH, INCREMENTAL_REFRESH, LIMIT_REACHED, ORG_PROVISIONING_CHECK, PAUSE, PAUSE_ON_ERROR, REBUILD, REFRESH_CANCEL, RESUME, SCHEDULE_CHANGE, SCHEDULE_CREATE, SCHEDULE_DELETE, and UPDATE.

SUBSCRIPTION

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Subscription

A subscription to certain activities in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE, DELETE, LIMIT_REACHED, and UPDATE.

TEMPORARY_ACCESS

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Temporary access

A temporary access granted in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE and DEACTIVATE.

TEMPORARY_ACCESS_REQUEST

Name in the Coveo Administration Console: Temporary access request

A temporary access request in a Coveo organization which is typically associated with the following operations: CREATE and UPDATE.

ResultTypes Array

In the resultTypes array, enter the operation results of which you want to be notified (see Operations Array).

The possible values are the following:

Result type Description

*

All

ABORT

Aborted

ERROR

Failed

SUCCESS

Successful

Example

With the following configuration, you receive a notification for any unsuccessful source update.

{
  "content":{},
  "operations":[
    "REFRESH", "FULL_REFRESH", "REBUILD"
  ],
  "resourceTypes":[
    "SOURCE"
  ],
  "resultTypes":[
    "ABORT", "ERROR"
  ]
}