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An enumeration is a variable with labeled values; different variables have different enumerations. When configuring an enumeration alarm, you configure the variable and its enumerations to monitor.
Events Substitution Codes
Events substitution codes represent the information you want to display when a notification report is triggered. The information is dynamically filled in from the events that are included in the notification report.
When you select the acknowledgement type Extended acknowledgment, the user needs to acknowledge the alarm in the alarm view in reset state, before the alarm returns to normal state and disappears from the alarm view.
Fault Style Properties
Use the Fault Style properties to edit and view the colors and fonts of alarms in the Alarms pane and Alarm Views that are in Fault state.
Use the Favorites menu to apply, add, or manage Alarms pane, Events pane, Alarm View, Event View layout and filter conditions, or List View layout.
Filter Condition Wildcards
A wildcard is one or more characters used to simplify the process of setting up filter conditons. You use wildcards to substitute characters or combinations of characters in object properties, such as names or descriptions. For example, instead of setting up five filter conditions for values with names beginning with a, b, c, d, or e, you can set up one single filter condition for values with a name beginning with any of the characters in the range [a-e].