On the General tab, you can activate the exception and edit its parameters.
This area displays the default text for the description. You can change the description.
In the default setting, the new exception is flagged as active. If you change this setting, the exception will no longer be available for analysis of the query data.
To create a parameter, choose Add. The Define Exception Parameter dialog box appears.
Select the Alert Level.
Depending on the selection you make here, the system uses different background colors to highlight the values. The exception is displayed with the background color of the data cell or characteristic cell. The color shading ranges from dark green for alert level Good1 through yellow for alert level Critical 1 to dark red for alert level Bad3. There are a total of nine color shades, representing nine different levels of priority.
You can choose from the following alert levels:
Select the comparison operator.
You can choose from the following operators:
Enter a value. The values for most of these operators must be floating point numbers. For the operators Between and Not Between, you have to specfiy an upper and a lower threshold value in the Value and To Value fields.
The input format depends on the country setting for the operating system.