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Manual Events management

Abstract

The manual event triggering functionality allows the users to pick an event from a subset of events and to manually create an occurrence of that event.

The Manual Events tile opens the Select Manual Events panel. In this view, all the events that have been enabled as Manual Events are listed.

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The Select Manual Events panel

The Manual Events panel allows the user to organise the following operations:

Viewing, filtering and refreshing the Manual Events list

The Manual Events panel lists only the events having the manual event option set to true. In this view, the Manual Events are displayed as cards in a scrollable list. The Manual Events cards display the event Name / Alias, Group, Type, Priority and scheduling intervals.

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The Manual Events list

The user is also provided with a complex filtering mechanism where user can apply the following filters:

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The Manual Events filtering area

  • Basic filter - the user can search for Manual Event textual information contained in the Event Name and/or Alias.

  • Advanced filter - the user can search for Manual Event Group, Priority and Type.

    Tip

    For more details regarding the advanced filters, please also visit The Event filter article.

Further on, the Refresh toolbar button allows the user with possibility to manually update / reload the list of Manual Events.

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The Refresh button

Managing Events

By clicking the Manage toolbar button, the Events panel is opened.

Tip

For more details regarding the Events panel, please visit the previous article.Events

Publishing Manual Events

The manual event publishing functionality allows the user to manually create an event occurrence. By clicking on a listed Manual Event, the Publish Manual Events panel is opened. In this view, the user is provided with the following settings:

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The Publish Manual Event panel

  • The Event Context - is the source used for triggering the event occurrence. The user can choose from the following drop-down list options:

    • Log book - allows the user with possibility to record an event occurrence in context of a common Log book, shared by all events of a Customer.

    • Device - allows the user with possibility to record an event occurrence in context of a device. The user can select the device using the Object filters panel, where a list of all the devices that the current user can access is displayed.

  • The Comment - it is mandatory that the user enters a comment to be associated with the newly created occurrence.

  • The Priority - can be selected using the Priorities panel.

To proceed with the event occurrence triggering, the user can click the Publish button. Consequently, the Alarms icon from the global menu bar is updated to reflect the amount of online alarms.

Note

You will recognise that the Alarms icon colour can vary, as it is inherited from the priority of the most recent alarm.

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The Alarms icon (colored in orange)

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The Alarms icon (colored in red)