We have used propagation setting for DC RUM alerts.
But wanted to know if the setting is same in case of Enterprise Synthetic alert as well.In CAS we selected the alert type as "Enterprise Synthetic and sequence "
For example say the transaction "create Order " has failed at 9:00 AM and then failed at 9:20 ,we do not want to be alerted for the above two failures instead the next time the transaction "Create order fails .We changed the Propagation settings raise after 2 intervals. Our script runs every 10m ,so every 10m maximum 1 create order transaction can fail .Suppose in the 1st run "create order" has failed ,again in next run same "create Order" failed ,we want alert to be trigger for the 3rd Create order only i.e; on the 30th minute.Please help me on this.
Also please confirm if the evaluation time frame for any incident in CAS is for 5 minutes ?Wanted to know if the propagation setting is set to raise after 2 intervals, is this setting applicable for 5m or its transaction based .
Answer by Benjamin W. ·
the CAS thinks in "intervals", which by default are set to 5 minutes. The CAS does not currently know how often your scripts are set to run, so an interval is 5 minutes, not the time between Synthetic Enterprise script runs. So your "2 intervals" will mean "10 minutes", independently of how often your script is set to run.
Not sure which version you're currently on, but the latest CAS updates (12.3.x) have improved alerting flexibility a bit. Nevertheless, the fixed interval still applies.
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