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Edit an application template threshold

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Alerts are triggered when a monitored value exceeds a threshold. Each component monitor has its own predefined thresholds that are inherited from the template that was used to create it. You can override these thresholds on each individual component monitor, or you can edit the thresholds on the application template. Changes you make to a template threshold propagate to all component monitors that the template is applied to.

  1. On the Web Console, click Settings > All Settings.
  2. In the Product Specific Settings group, click SAM Settings.
  3. In the Application Monitor Templates group, click Manage Templates.
  4. Select a template, and click Edit.
  5. Expand the component monitor that you want to change.
  6. Change the threshold values:
    1. If you are entering a static threshold, type the Warning and/or Critical values.

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    2. If you are using a dynamic threshold, click Use thresholds calculated from baseline data.

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You can edit multiple thresholds simultaneously by multi-selecting the component monitors, clicking Edit, and then changing the thresholds.

 
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