Running Analysis via Action
Actions have the power to initiate scripts that run in the Analysis. This is a very powerful feature, as you can define exactly when your code will run.
For example, you can run an Analysis every time data is sent from a device, or when it meets a certain condition. Learn more about Trigger by Variable.
Another thing you could do is trigger the Action when a resource change happens, such as when a new Device is created, or when a new RunUser is registered. Learn more about Trigger by Resource.
You could also create a Schedule Action and trigger the Analysis in a constant time interval.
Setting up the Action
To run an Analysis inside of the Action, you must create your Action and set the field Type of action as Run Analysis.
You can specify up to 10 Analysis that will run in parallel when the Action is triggered.
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