# JDBCStoredProcedureMonitor

The JDBCStoredProcedureMonitor checks the result of a stored procedure in a remote database. The result of the stored procedure has to be a boolean value (representing true or false). The service associated with this monitor is marked as up if the stored procedure returns true and marked as down in all other cases. It is based on the JDBC technology to connect and communicate with the database.

## Monitor facts

 Class Name `org.opennms.netmgt.poller.monitors.JDBCStoredProcedureMonitor`

## Configuration and use

Table 1. Monitor-specific parameters for the JDBCStoredProcedureMonitor
Parameter Description Default

Required

driver

JDBC driver class to use.

org.postgresql.Driver

url {}

JDBC URL to connect to.

jdbc:postgresql://:OPENNMS_JDBC_HOSTNAME/opennms

user {}

Database user

postgres

empty string

stored-procedure

Name of the database stored procedure to call.

n/a

Optional

retries

How many retries to perform before failing the test.

0

schema

Name of the database schema where the stored procedure is.

test

{} indicates the parameter supports placeholder substitution.

 The OPENNMS_JDBC_HOSTNAME is replaced in the url parameter with the IP or resolved hostname of the interface the monitored service is assigned to.

This monitor implements the Common Configuration Parameters.

The JDBCStoredProcedureMonitor is based on JDBC and requires a JDBC driver to communicate with any database. Since Horizon itself uses a PostgreSQL database, the PostgreSQL JDBC driver is available out of the box. For all other database systems, you must provide a compatible JDBC driver to Horizon as a JAR file. To provide a JDBC driver, place the driver-jar in your `$OPENNMS_HOME/lib` folder. ## Examples The following example checks a stored procedure added to the PostgreSQL database Horizon uses. The stored procedure returns true as long as less than 250,000 events are in the Horizon events table. Stored procedure used in the monitor ``````CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION eventlimit_sp() RETURNS boolean AS$BODY$DECLARE num_events integer; BEGIN SELECT COUNT(*) into num_events from events; RETURN num_events > 250000; END;$BODY\$
LANGUAGE plpgsql VOLATILE NOT LEAKPROOF
COST 100;``````
``````<service name="OpenNMS-DB-SP-Event-Limit" interval="300000" user-defined="true" status="on">
<parameter key="driver" value="org.postgresql.Driver"/>
<parameter key="url" value="jdbc:postgresql://OPENNMS_JDBC_HOSTNAME:5432/opennms"/>
<parameter key="user" value="opennms"/>
<parameter key="stored-procedure" value="eventlimit_sp"/>
<parameter key="schema" value="public"/>
</service>

<monitor service="OpenNMS-DB-SP-Event-Limit" class-name="org.opennms.netmgt.poller.monitors.JDBCStoredProcedureMonitor"/>``````