Use the WMI Options page of the WMI Event Watcher Task Editor dialog box to specify the source of the Windows Management Instrumentation Query Language (WQL) query and how the WMI Event Watcher task responds to Microsoft Windows Instrumentation (WMI) events.
To learn about this task, see WMI Event Watcher Task. For more information about WMI Query Language (WQL), see the Windows Management Instrumentation topic, Querying with WQL, in the MSDN Library.
Select a WMI connection manager in the list, or click <New WMI Connection…> to create a new connection manager.
Related Topics: WMI Connection Manager, WMI Connection Manager Editor
Select the source type of the WQL query that the task runs. This property has the options listed in the following table.
Set the source to a WQL query. Selecting this value displays the dynamic option, WQLQuerySource.
Select a file that contains the WQL query. Selecting this value displays the dynamic option, WQLQuerySource.
Set the source to a variable that defines WQL query. Selecting this value displays the dynamic option, WQLQuerySource.
Specify whether the WMI event logs the event and initiates an SSIS action, or only logs the event.
Specify whether the task succeeds or fails after it receives the WMI event, or if the task continues watching for the event to occur again.
Specify whether the task logs a WMI query time-out and initiates an SSIS event in response, or only logs the time-out.
Specify whether the task succeeds or fails in response to a time-out, or if the task continues watching for another time-out to recur.
Specify the number of events to watch for.
Specify the number of seconds to wait for the event to occur. A value of 0 means that no time-out is in effect.
WQLQuerySource = Direct input
Provide a query, or click the ellipsis button (…) and enter a query using the WQL Query dialog box.
WQLQuerySource = File connection
WQLQuerySource = Variable