Outages administration provides users with a calendar system to schedule outages or render planned outages inactive. Only outages of sites for which you are an administrator can be created or are displayed.
Here are the details:
|1||Time period||Allows users to select the range of time period displayed|
|2||< >||Allows users to select the previous/next time period displayed|
|3||Description of the time period currently displayed|
|4||+ Add||Use this to Schedule and Outage (details below)|
|5||Export PDF||Button to generate a PDF file of the time period currently displayed|
|6||Show inactive||Button to toggle the display of outages marked as inactive|
|7||All Day||This row shows day-long outages in Week and Day views|
|8||Outage||Typical display of an outage|
|9||Show full day||Button to toggle between displaying a full twenty-four hour day or only business hours (08:00 AM - 05:00 PM)|
'X' Inactivate Icon
In the upper right corner of every active Outage entry is an 'x' which will change an active record to inactive. Clicking on this 'x' brings up a popup window asking the user to confirm the change. Once the change is made, the record will only appear if "Show inactive" button is enabled.
|Apply for all future occurrences in this series||If the outage is a recurring outage, also make all future occurrences inactive|
The "Add +" button : Schedule Outage
Allows users to create planned outages. Only outages of sites for which you are an administrator can be created.
|Site||Site name (as found in [PROTOPDIR]/etc/custid.cfg)|
|Start Time||Start time|
|End Time||End time|
|Timezone||Time zone of the date/time entries|
|Recurrence||How often the outage will occur|