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Message Content Placeholders - Measures Values and Measure Attribute Values

The following placeholders may be used when working with segments of type Measure Value and Measure Attribute Value.

Measure Value

Measure

  • [Measure]
Measure’s name
  • [Description]
Measure’s description
  • [UOM]
Measure’s unit of measure
   

Value

  • [Value("0.00")]
Measures the value for most recent period (if value is null, then use 0.00).
  • [Quality]
Measures the quality for most recent period.
  • [Version]
Measures the version for most recent period. 
   

Limit

  • [Limit]
Limit's name
  • [Target]
Limit's target
  • [High]
Limit’s high setting
  • [Low]
Limit’s low setting
  • [Exceeded("Ouch!", "What happened?")]
If limit has been exceeded, then Flow will randomly select one of the text parameters (more text parameters can be used in a comma separated list). 
  • [Achieved("Well done!", "Good Work!", "Keep it up!")]
If limit has been achieved, then Flow will randomly select one of the text parameters.
   

Period

  • [PeriodStart("HH:mm")]
Period’s start date formatted as per parameter.
  • [PeriodEnd("HH:mm")]
Period’s end date formatted as per parameter.
  • [Duration]
Period’s duration.
   

Condition

Relative– Similar to above, but with an additional parameter that specifies a previous period index.

  • [Value(-1, "0.00")]
 
  • [Quality(-1)]
 
  • [Version(-1)]
 
  • [Target(-1)]
 
  • [High(-1)]
 
  • [Low(-1)]
 
  • [PeriodStart(-1, "HH:mm")]
 
  • [[PeriodEnd(-1, "HH:mm")]
 
  • [Duration(-1)]
 
   

 

Measure Attribute Value

A “Measure Attribute Value” segment can be used when a measure is sliced by additional Event context. The following placeholders are available for a “Measure Attribute Value” segment type:

Measure

  • [Measure]
Measure’s name.
  • [Description]
Measure’s description.
  • [UOM]
Measure’s unit of measure.
   

Attribute

  • [Attribute]
Attribute’s name (e.g. Product).
  • [AttributeValue]
Attribute value’s name (e.g. Orange, Apple).
   

Value

  • [Value("0.00")]
Measures value for most recent period (if value is null, then use 0.00).
  • [Duration]
Period’s duration relating to this attribute value.
  • [Quality]
Measures quality for most recent period.
  • [Version]
Measures version for most recent period.
   

Period

  • [PeriodStart("HH:mm")]
Period’s start date formatted as per parameter.
  • [PeriodEnd("HH:mm")]
Period’s end date formatted as per parameter.
   

Relative– similar to above, but with an additional parameter that specifies a previous period index.

  • [Value(-1, "0.00")]
 
  • [Quality(-1)]
 
  • [Version(-1)]
 
  • [PeriodStart(-1, "HH:mm")]
 
  • [[PeriodEnd(-1, "HH:mm")]
 
  • [Duration(-1)]
 
   
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