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An exception is an object that allows you to highlight unusual deviations from the expected results. Deviations from defined threshold values are highlighted with a specified colour.

The definition of exceptions contains the following specifications:

  • The specification of threshold values or intervals, which are given a priority (bad, critical, good). The priority given to an exception corresponds to preassigned colors that become more 'intense' the greater the deviation. Up to nine different shades of the traffic light colors (red, yellow, and green) are used.

  • The specification of characteristic restrictions. Using characteristic restrictions, you specify which cells you want to apply the exception to.