Hi Matt,Matt Coles
Here I have met a new problem when I sms setting done. Please see below screen shot.
# Local paths settings
log.dir: ".\\logs\\" # folder write dump log files to. Will be created if it does not exist.
log.dir.file_retention_seconds: 432000 # retain log files for default of 5 days
log.level: DEBUG # level of log verbosity
schedule.state.dir: ".\\ops\\" # file written to keep the last run state for schedules
temp.dir: ".\\temp\\" # folder to write temporary files to (csv, png for viz exports). Will be created if it does not exist.
temp.dir.file_retention_seconds: 86400 # retain temp files for default of 24 hours, mostly for debugging
# Email settings
smtp.serv: localhost # name of the smtp mail server (change for production use; default is only set to "localhost" for ease of testing with PaperCut: https://papercut.codeplex.com/)
smtp.port: 25 # port to user for SMTP server (default is 25)
smtp.address.from: email@example.com # default sender for all alerts mail
smtp.address.to: firstname.lastname@example.org # email address of admin to send failures to
smtp.subject: 'ALERT: VizAlerts failed to execute properly' # subject line in exception emails sent to admin
smtp.ssl: false # use encryption when connecting to SMTP server
smtp.user: email@example.com # username for account used to connect to SMTP server (null for no authentication)
smtp.password: 114407hsq # password for account used to connect to SMTP server (null for no authentication)
# This can either be a plaintext password enclosed in single quotes, e.g. 'myp@ssw0rd'
# OR it can be a valid path to a .txt file containing the password, e.g. 'c:\users\mcoles\password.txt'
# Tableau Server settings
server: 220.127.116.11:8080 # the Tableau Server instance your alerts will reside on. Recommend using the fully-qualified name, e.g. 'myserver.mydomain.com'
server.version: 10 # the major version of Tableau Server that this is running against (just ensures correct URLs in email footers)
server.user: admin # this is ANY user licensed in Tableau Server--it does not need to be an Admin. It must have access to download summary data from vizalerts.source.viz
server.user.domain: null # the domain for the server.user account.
# Leave as null (no quotes) if Tableau Server uses local authentication
# Set to the domain if using AD authentication, e.g. 'mycompany.com'
vizalerts.source.viz: 'VizAlertsConfig/ScheduledTriggerViews' # Viz to pull list of alerts from. Must be of the form 'WorkbookURL/ViewUrl'
vizalerts.source.site: 'Default' # Site that the vizalerts.source.viz exists within. Leave as 'Default' if using the default site.
# Security settings
server.ssl: false # use HTTPS for Server connections (recommended, but left off by default for testing)
server.certcheck: false # if using HTTPS, validate the certificate (recommended, but left off by default for testing)
# If you turn this on you MUST specify a certificate bundle in server.certfile
server.certfile: null # Full path to the set of trusted CA certificates to verify your SSL certificate on Tableau Server in .pem format
# example: 'c:\\certificates\\cacert.pem'
trusted.useclientip: false # use clientip for trusted tickets verification
# This is optional. Please see http://onlinehelp.tableausoftware.com/current/server/en-us/trusted_auth_optional.htm
trusted.clientip: null # IP address of THIS host. Only needed if trusted.useclientip is set to true. Otherwise, just leave it null.
# SMS Settings
smsaction.enable: true # use these settings to enable SMS messages. If false, we won't even check them, and all SMS attempts will fail
smsaction.provider: twilio # the only allowed provider currently is twilio
smsaction.account_id: ACa8d9de9fd70e263e2c9c5ab05e7c5473 # account ID, for Twilio this is the account SID from http://twilio.com/user/account
smsaction.auth_token: b418xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx # auth token, for Twilio http://twilio.com/user/account
# This can either be a plaintext password enclosed in quotes, e.g. 'eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciO...'
# OR it can be a valid path to a .txt file containing the auth token, e.g. 'c:\users\mcoles\authtoken.txt'
# Processing settings
threads: 2 # Number of threads VizAlerts will use to process alerts
# Higher = More alerts process at once, increased server load
# Lower = Fewer alerts processed at once, decreased server load
# Content references within a single alert are processed serially
#data.coldelimiter: ',' # Character used to separate field values in CSV files exported from Tableau Server
# Some regions use semicolons for this, in which case switch it to '