With BMC TrueSight Synthetic Monitor with Borland Silk Performer, you can disable monitoring and notifications, such as for maintenance or troubleshooting. You can directly disable synthetic functionality for the application or an Execution Plan, or you can disable individual Execution Plans temporarily by setting blackout periods.
An Execution Plan inherits the active and inactive status from the associated application, however if the Execution plan is disabled or in blackout, this overrides the active application status. For configuration details, see Viewing and editing an application's synthetic settings.
Notifications can be disabled or enabled for individual SLA thresholds at the application level (Global SLA) or Execution Plan level (Custom SLA). Custom SLA settings override Global SLA settings.
The following table shows how the different activity statuses affect the application, Execution Plan, and SLA notifications:
Legend: = Active, = Inactive, App = application, EP = Execution Plan
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