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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 16, 2019

Enhance Autonomics Console Execution History Panel

The Autonomics Console Execution History Panel (HAA$ADEH) currently does not display the name of the maintenance window that is associated with an Automation Tool Build execution or an Autonomics Director execution.     Currently, you have to manually drill down into each specific event  to see this information.  

It is important to see what maintenance window is associated with ether of these events and it would be very helpful to see this information at a glance.

There are multiple reasons why a customer can and would defined many separate maintenance windows.  For example, they may set up one maintenance window per major application system or database.  

Also, by displaying the name of the related maintenance window on this panel, the user would then  have the option to sort the displayed events by maintenance window name field.

Idea Priority Medium
Needed by Date Jun 30, 2020