What does the "SLA_VIOLATION" column store in the Call_Req table?

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Issue/Introduction

Question:

What does the "SLA_VIOLATION" column store in the Call_Req table?

Answer:

The attribute "SLA_Violation" in the Call Request table an integer which is the count of the number of times the SLA's on the request have been violated.

For example, if "sla_violation=1", then it means for this request, the SLA was violated once.

If you have the Action Macro "Set SLA Violation = Violated" associated to the ticket through a Service Type Event, this count will increment each time the SLA is Violated.

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Release: SDMU0M99000-14.1-Service Desk Manager-Full License
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