JEDI One Rules Manager

JEDI One's Rules Manager allows you to create rules that monitor data and initiate an automated action when data conditions meet specific parameters.

JEDIRulesManagement

  1. Add a new rule
  2. Edit rule
  3. Enable/disable rule
  4. Delete rule

A rule has a condition and an action. The action is triggered when the condition is true.

A condition consists of a data source, an operator and a value field.

JEDI One v1.5 supports the following data types:

  • Numbers
  • Booleans (true or false)
  • Strings

JEDI One v1.5 supports the following operators:

  • AND: is a logical operator used to combine two expressions in a condition.

  • OR: is a logical operator used to combine two expressions in a condition.

  • HAS: is an operator to check if the data from the data source contains a specified string.

  • ">": is a numeric operator to check if the latest value from the data source is greater than the specified value.

  • ">=": is a numeric operator to check if the latest value from the data source is greater than or equal to the specified value.

  • "<": is a numeric operator to check if the latest value from the data source is less than the specified value.

  • "<=": is a numeric operator to check if the latest value from the data source is less than or equal to the specified value.

  • "==": is a numeric operator to check if the latest value from the data source is equal to the specified value.

  • "!=": is a numeric operator to check if the latest value from the data source is not equal to the specified value.

JEDI One v1.5 supports the following value field types

  • Number
  • String
  • True or False

Adding a new rule

To add a new rule, click the ADD RULE button.

JEDIRulesAddRule

  1. Rule name
  2. Data source list
  3. Operator list
  4. Value field list
  5. Data sources, operators, fields panel
  6. Condition field
  7. Add new action

Step 1 - Name the rule

Enter a name for this rule (marker 1 in screenshot).

Step 2 - Viewing available data sources

Select Data sources list tab (marker 2 in screenshot).

Data sources that are sending data are automatically listed in the panel. If a data source has not yet sent data, you will need to add the data source manually.

To add a data source manually, click the Add New Data Source link. You can then add the data source using its IP address or device ID and the property name.

Step 3 - Selecting a data source

Click on a data source in the panel (marker 5 in screenshot) to see the list of properties received from the selected data source.

Step 4 - Adding a data source to the condition

Drag and drop the property into the condition field (marker 6 in screenshot).

Step 5 - Viewing available operators

Select Operator list tab (marker 3 in screenshot). This will display the list of operators in the panel (marker 5 in screenshot).

Step 6 - Selecting and adding an operator to the condition

Drag and drop the desired operator from the panel into the condition field (marker 6 in the screenshot).

Step 7 - Viewing available fields Select Value field list tab (marker 4 in screenshot). This will display the list of value fields in the panel (marker 5 in screenshot).

Step 8 - Selecting and adding a field to the condition

Drag and drop the desired value field into the condition field (marker 6 in the screenshot).

JEDI One rules engine validates the condition as you drag and drop data sources, operators and fields into the condition field.

For a condition to be valid, the operands and the operators must be compatible.

Step 9 - Add an action

To add an action for the condition, click the + button (marker 7 in screenshot).

JEDIRulesAddAction

Step 10 - Name the action

Enter a name for the action.

Step 11 - Select action type

JEDI One v1.5 supports Notification action only.

Step 12 - Enter Email and SMS addresses

Enter a list of email addresses separated by commas.

Enter a list of phone numbers separated by commas.

JEDI One will send notifications to these email address and phone numbers when the condition triggers.

Step 13 - Save the action and the rule

Click ADD button to save the action.

Click SAVE button to save the rule.

You can edit, enable, disable or delete the rule from the rules page.