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Event Filter Query Functionality

Updated: December 6, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

WMI supports a query language called the WMI Query Language (WQL). WQL is a subset of structured query language (SQL) that is used by most relational database management systems. An event filter query is a WQL query that is used when processing WMI events.

Events

Event ID Source Message

10

Microsoft-Windows-WMI

Event filter with query "%2" could not be activated again in namespace "%1" because of error %3. Events may not be delivered through this filter until the problem is corrected.

21

Microsoft-Windows-WMI

Event provider %1 attempted to register a syntactically invalid query "%2". The query will be ignored. The query can be corrected by examining the WMI repository with CIM studio and updating the permanent subscriptions for the listed provider and query. If the permanent suscription is created with MOF file coming with an installed product, the application vendor must be contacted to correct the faulty registration.

22

Microsoft-Windows-WMI

Event provider %1 attempted to register an intrinsic event query "%2" in %3 namespace for which the set of target object classes could not be determined. The query will be ignored.

23

Microsoft-Windows-WMI

Event provider %1 attempted to register query "%2" %3 namespace which is too broad. Event providers cannot provide events that are provided by the system. The query will be ignored. Contact the application vendor.

24

Microsoft-Windows-WMI

Event provider %1 attempted to register query "%2" whose target class "%3" in %4 namespace does not exist. The query will be ignored.

25

Microsoft-Windows-WMI

Event provider %1 attempted to register query "%2" whose target class "%3" is not an event class. The query will be ignored. Contact the application vendor.

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