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Modify existing policies in a diagnostic system module

Before you begin

To modify an existing policy:

  1. If you have not already done so, in the Change Center of the Administration Console, click Lock & Edit (see Use the Change Center).
  2. In the Administration Console, expand Diagnostics and select Diagnostic Modules.
  3. On the Summary of Diagnostic Modules page, click the name of the module containing the policy or policies you want to modify.
  4. Select Configuration > Policies and Actions > Policies.
  5. Click the name of the policy you want to modify.
  6. On the General tab, you can only enable or disable the policy by selecting or deselecting Enable Policy. You cannot change the Policy Name or Policy Type. Click Save.
  7. To change the policy expression, select the Rule Expressions tab. See Construct Java Expression Language (EL) policy expressions.To modify existing policies written in the deprecated WLDF Query Language, see Construct policy expressions.
  8. To change the schedule for this policy, select the Schedule tab. Define the schedule settings for this policy using the following fields, then click Save:
    • Second(s): indicates the second(s) of the minute for this schedule.
    • Minute(s): indicates the minute(s) of the hour for this schedule.
    • Hour(s): indicates the hour(s) of the day for this schedule.
    • Month(s): indicates the month(s) of the year for this schedule.
    • Year: indicates the year for this schedule.
    • Day(s) of the Week: Indicates the day(s) of the week for this schedule.
    • Day(s) of the Month: indicates the day(s) of the month for this schedule.
    • Time Zone: indicates the time zone for the schedule. Setting this field to Default indicates that the time zone of the server (where the policy is being executed) is used.

    Note: To set multiple values for a field, separate the values by a comma. For example, to set your schedule to execute in October and November, enter Oct, Nov in the Month(s) field.

    For more information, see "Configuring Calendar Based Scaling".

  9. To select or change the Alarm Type or change the alarm reset period, select the Alarms tab. Select one of the three alarm types. If Use an automatic reset alarm is selected, you can specify or change the Automatic reset period. Click Save.
  10. To select or change actions for this policy, select the Actions tab. To enable an action, move it from the Available list to the Chosen list. To remove an action from this policy, move it from the Chosen list to the Available list. You can associate one or more actions with a policy. Click Save.

    To create actions, see Create actions for policies in a diagnostic system module.

  11. In the Change Center, click Activate Changes.

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