When you define an event, you also define what TASM should do if the event occurs. Note that TASM logs all detected events to DBC.TDWMEventHistory. TASM logs all detected events and performs notifications, regardless of whether an event causes a health condition or a change in the planned environment.
On the state matrix, Planned Environments describe the precedence of planned events. Period events, user-defined events, and event combinations (combinations of the previous two) activate a planned environment.
Health Conditions describe the severity of the system condition. System events, user-defined events (on the health condition axis), workload events, and event combinations (combinations of the previous types of events on the health condition axis) activate a health condition.
TASM changes to the state associated with the highest-precedent active Health Condition or Planned Environment.
To define an event action, edit the state matrix directly or use Setup Wizard. On the Define and Map Unplanned Events screen, when you add to Available Events, you can choose from these actions to occur when the event starts and ends:
- Post to QTable
- Send Alert
- Run Program