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You should be able to control this now with latest updates. Here's how:
1. In your EF Template, add an attribute to write a value to (in my example my attribute is "Unit")
2. In your EF setup, go to the bottom and click on the "advanced event frame settings"
3. There should be a setting in there under the "Trigger Settings" that says "Save Start Trigger name to event frame attribute" - select the attribute to be the unit that is triggering the event frame
4. In your Event Frame template Naming Pattern
Here is the newest version
refer to your attribute using the %@Attribute% call - here is an example of mine - my attribute was called "Unit": %..\..\Element% - %@|Unit% - %STARTTIME:yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss.fff%
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Nice find Tyler. For everyone's convenience, this is the enhancement that was added in Release 184.108.40.20652 - 12/21/2017 of asset analytics.
It is now possible to use attribute value in the event frame name. The value is resolved at the start time of that event frame.