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Using Operators in Days Interval Event Notification

Notifications of Events can be set up to do a whole range of actions in Fortix. The days attribute for the request.due.date.x.days notification now supports following operators: =, <=, >=, >, < and also interval e.g. 4-40

This article explains how to use operators the Interval Days operator.

This might be a process for your system-administration person to be involved in, or you can contact Fortix at support@fortix.com.au for assistance.

The quick address is: /?notifications

Notification is found in the Setup Menu. Click Notifications which is in the AUTOMATION section.

 

The Notifications list view opens with a list of current notifications. Click Add New to add a new notification or Edit an existing notification that triggers the request.due.date.x.days notification. Scroll down and find the Days Interval field in the Attributes section.

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The Days Interval attribute for the request.due.date.x.days notification now supports following operators:

  1. = Equal to
  2. >  Greater than
  3. >=  Greater than or equal to
  4. <  Less than
  5. <= Less than or equal to
  6. Interval e.g. 4-40
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