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Define a set of steps for service task


Use this step of the wizard to build a list of steps in the execution order. Note that you need to set the sequence of steps with constraints schema that sets conditions for proceeding to each next step.

 

Task templates - Service task wizard - Define a set of steps for service task2

 

CreatePolicyTask Create New Step

Select the step which you create the dependent step on and use this button to add the new task. The Ins key or the popup menu item can be used as well.

 

CreatePolicyTaskFromTemplate Create Step from Template

If you create a task from a pre-saved template you need to pick a template for this object in the opened dialog.

 

Maintenance Policies - SelectingTemplate

 

EditPolicyTask Edit Step

You can use this button or double-click the step to change the settings.

 

If the step has two in-constraints, switch between Constraint_OR ConstraintAND buttons to set the rule for the step execution.

 

CheckBox Fail task on failure

If this option is checked then the execution of a whole task is aborted as a result of this step fail.

 

DeleteStep Delete Step

Click this button to remove the step from the list. The Delete key can be used as well.

 

CopyToTemplates Copy to Templates

Press this button to create a template with the same options as the selected object.

 

Managing constraints for creating execution conditions

 

Crerate constraint Create New Constraint

Select the step you need to create the constraint from, click the button and select the dependent step. You can use drag-and-drop as well.

 

Edit constraint Edit Constraint

Select the constraint link and click the button to set the value for proceeding to the next step.

 

Remove constraint Delete Constraint

Select the link and click the button to remove the constraint.

 

 

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