The Log Entry Alert rule sends an alert when a new entry is created in the log file at or above a user-specified log level for a user-specified logger.
The Log Entry Alert rule includes the following rule-specific settings:
Log Level — Specify the log level at or above which an alert is sent. The default is WARNING. The other allowed value is SEVERE.
Logger — Specify a comma-separated list of loggers for which alerts are sent. Make sure that each logger exists on the target servers or clusters. These can be any Enterprise Server loggers or application loggers. Full logger names must be specified. For example, javax.enterprise.system.core.selfmanagement specifies the Enterprise Server's self-management logger. To specify all WARNING and SEVERE messages for all loggers, enter * (an asterisk) by itself. There is no default.
Make sure that the logger exists on the target servers or clusters.
The Log Levels page in the Admin Console lists all Enterprise Server loggers and their full names. In the left pane, select the Logger Settings for your configuration and then select the Log Levels tab.
For general steps on how to configure a rule, see Using the Management Rules.