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Trigger conditions

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Overview

There is no set limit on the number of defined conditions you may implement. Each new constraint adds complexity to a SQL query to return the status of nodes, applications, etc.

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All SAM versions

Detail

Depending upon the speed and performance of your SQL server, the more complex the trigger condition, the longer it will take to execute.

 

 

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