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Rules tab

    AvailableBeforeRange

    Firstly, you have to set the "Status expiration limit" value which will determine the Range considered.

    Then, assign a color to the AvailableBeforeRange status in the Rules.

    In the NOP, the color will change if the recovered state has not changed during the Range set.
    Caution: a new execution will result in a new state. The color change can only be observed during the absence of a new execution in the range.

    Example:
    My script runs every 30 minutes. The Range is set to 20 minutes. 20 minutes after the execution and for the next 10 minutes, the color displayed will be the color defined for AvailableBeforeRange

    FailedBeforeRange

    Firstly, you have to set the "Status expiration limit" value which will determine the Range considered.

    Then, assign a color to the FailedBeforeRange status in the Rules.

    In the NOP, the color will change if the recovered state has not changed during the Range set.
    Caution: a new execution will result in a new state. The color change can only be observed during the absence of a new execution in the range.

    Example:
    My script runs every 30 minutes. The Range is set to 20 minutes. 20 minutes after the execution and for the next 10 minutes, the color displayed will be the color defined for FailedBeforeRange

    WarningBeforeRange

    Firstly, you have to set the "Status expiration limit" value which will determine the Range considered.

    Then, assign a color to the WarningBeforeRange status in the Rules.

    In the NOP, the color will change if the recovered state has not changed during the Range set.
    Caution: a new execution will result in a new state. The color change can only be observed during the absence of a new execution in the range.

    Example:
    My script runs every 30 minutes. The Range is set to 20 minutes. 20 minutes after the execution and for the next 10 minutes, the color displayed will be the color defined for WarningBeforeRange

     

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