How can I execute a filter based on the condition from last event and apply this to the last event and not to all events

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JCAK
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How can I execute a filter based on the condition from last event and apply this to the last event and not to all events

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Hi,

I'm working with object detection and I want execute a script only if event is new and contains the text note "person". When match the condition the script triggers an alarm. My problem is, I can't find the way to create a condition only for the new event, the filter search on all records.

Could someone help me to achive this?

Thanks
Magic919
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Re: How can I execute a filter based on the condition from last event and apply this to the last event and not to all ev

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Base it on the email alert filer and use an event start time clause.
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JCAK
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Re: How can I execute a filter based on the condition from last event and apply this to the last event and not to all ev

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Magic919 wrote: Sat Jan 29, 2022 7:40 am Base it on the email alert filer and use an event start time clause.
I'm not using email.
Are there any possibility to run a filter in background to read events happened on the last 10 seconds?
Start Time -10 seconds, or how can I do it?

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Magic919
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Re: How can I execute a filter based on the condition from last event and apply this to the last event and not to all ev

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Yes, have a look at the email alert filter and base it on that.
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