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Integration Configuration - Exception Query with Event Context

Limit exceptions that occur on Measure Event Period Values will also be available to be consumed by a consumer.  In addition to the Measure Event Period Values replacement parameters, Exception Queries will also replace the details of the limit exception that occurred.  All the measure value details will be available with the limit details.  Additional parameters that can be used as placeholders in database queries to insert or update data includes the following:

  • [name]
This will be replaced by the name of the limit configure on the measure. If no value is found, it will be replaced by a blank string (“”).
  • [high]
This flag represents the fact that a high limit exemption occurred for the current time period interval. The value will be a Boolean (True/False). If no value is found or no high exception occurred, it will be replaced by a blank string (“”).
  • [low]
This flag represents the fact that a low limit exemption occurred for the current time period interval. The value will be a Boolean (True/False). If no value is found or no low exception occurred, it will be replaced by a blank string (“”).
   

If specified, the user query will be executed to update or add any user details after the execution of the Exception Query.

 

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