Viewing and Editing Signal Policies


  1. Open the Policies > Signal view from the main menu, then click any existing Signal Policy Name in the list.
  2. Browse through the tabs at the top of the screen to review the Details of the policy (including summaries of the Conditions and Actions configured for the policy) and data on the Execution History and event Logs of the policy.

    Signal Policy screen with information tabs highlighted

    Watch the following video for more insight into Execution History and Logs:

    The Execution History tab shows you the execution log for the actions in your Signal policy, which is expressed in three categories: Pending, Success, and Error. The top-level status for each result in the log is determined by the status of its child actions. For example, if a policy contains three actions (A, B, and C) where:
    • A: Action completed successfully
    • B: Action queued for completion
    • C: Action failed to execute

    The top-level status for the result will show as Error. When all actions are successfully completed, the top-level status will appear as Success. If A and B actions were successfully completed, but action C is currently queued, the status will appear as Pending.

  3. Use the following buttons to make changes to the policy:
    • Edit Signal button Edit the policy
    • Disable Signal button Disable the policy
    • Enable Signal button Enable the policy
    • Delete Signal button Delete the policy
  4. If you clicked the Edit button, the four-step Signal Policy wizard appears, which allows you to make changes to General information, Conditions, Actions, and Scheduling by clicking on the appropriate step number. In the Conditions and Actions steps, hover over the existing conditions and actions to make edits.
  5. Click Next through the wizard steps, then click Finish to save your policy changes.