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Description On this tabbed page, you can select the required alert category that was defined in Alert Management. Choose the alert category (which you should have already defined). The alert category combines a number of parameters that determine how the alert will be managed in the Central Alert Framework (CAF). The recipients will be determined from the alert category recipients list. In addition to the recipients determined from the alert category, you can add more users or roles here. All the parameters are displayed here that you have maintained in the alert category. If the alert category has been defined with containers, you will see them appear here. You can select them via their checkboxes and then specify the text variable that will fill them. Exception Distribution Tab
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Choose whether the broadcast should be triggered based on a check of a specific level within an exception or for any level within an exception. If you have chosen to check levels in the preceding parameter, then here you specify the exact level to check within an exception. If you have chosen to check any level within an exception, you specify the exception here. This parameter is not required. This parameter is not required.
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TABLE 12-10 Settings for Distribution Type Alert Generation for Exception Broadcasting
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A critical connection exists between the Broadcaster settings and the Central Alert Framework. All the comments and information we discuss concerning setting up alerts are managed and configured in the Central Alert Framework. One of the components that needs to be confirmed before any activity in the Information Broadcaster is the alert category. The CAF is a component that would be set up with a combination of business user input and the IT department configuration. An alert category contains various properties and other specifications that define the alerts within that category. The category defines the conditions when a specific alert is sent to someone. Alert categories can be defined by applications or customers using the alert category definition environment, which is accessed in transaction ALRTCATDEF. You can define an alert category to suit your business requirements. When the critical situation defined in the alert category arises, the system recognizes this and sends an alert instance of this category to the recipients you determined. The alert also can be directed to the users UWL (Universal WorkList) in the BI Portal and can then be processed as a task. An alert category can be assigned to a specific alert classification. Alert classifications help to organize and group alert categories. If you do not assign a category to a specific classification, it will be stored in the classification folder Unclassified. An alert category is defined by the following: Technical key (language independent) for identification purposes. Description (language dependent). Classification. Priority. Maximum number of deliveries. (This applies to delivery to a destination other than the alert inbox.) Expiry time (in minutes) after which the alert is deleted. Escalation recipient to whom the alert is sent if it is not confirmed by any of its recipients. Tolerance time before escalation. Short text, long text, and title. The title is used as mail title, fax subject, and alert title in the inbox. The long text is used as the mail/fax body and the long text view in the inbox. The short text is used for pager messages and SMS. Container for variable definition if variables are to be used in the text, or for other application-specific attributes. Subsequent activities in the form of URLs. You can perform the logical administration of alerts by defining alert categories. During alert category definition, you specify the alert text, expiry time, escalation, and all other conditions related to the sending of this kind of alert. Before setting up the alert category, you should be familiar with the business aspects for which the alert category is to be defined. In addition, the authorization activities should be assigned to your SAP user as described in the
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