Allow Notification rules to return an EF attribute value belonging to a different event frame in AF
I have a scenario where I would like that a certain Notification Rule, set for an Event Frame analysis (EF1), allows to return the value of an EF attribute belonging to a different Event Frame (EF2).
On this scenario, the EF2 is triggered and finishes inside the time period of EF1.
I would like to have the possibility that when EF1 is triggered the notification rules allow to find the value of the attribute belonging to EF2.
Can you verify if the two event frames are related, such as in a Batch process?
Diego Curras commented
On user's case, there was no direct relationship between Event frames, so there is a possible limitation. However, if it would be possible to find a way to take the EF1 and go to look for the EF2 by its event frame template for example. But again the start time and end time of EF2 are not known exactly, the only thing we know is that EF2 generantes inside time period of EF1.
I am not sure if this is feasible from a programming point of view or if there is already some workaround to achieve this.
Mike Zboray commented
Is there some relationship between EF1 and EF2? Is it a parent or child event frame? Presumably the system is generating event frames on a continuous basis, how do I take any particular event frame and find the other one the user wants? By event frame template or start time and end time?