||Auto-generated identification number for the maintenance
Type of trigger that determines when maintenance should
- Model based: Base the
maintenance plan on a specified model of a CI,
such as a product model.
- General: Base the
maintenance plan on a table and filter.
Note: Model-based plans apply only to
hardware models, specifically ones that have at
least one model category defined.
Select one or more
product models to
identify the CIs that require preventive maintenance.
When you select a model, the associated table appears in
the Table field. For example, if
you select a specific model of PC, the
Table field displays
Computer [cmdb_ci_computer]. This
field appears if you selected the Model
If you select more than one model in the same category,
the table does not change. But if you select a CI from a
different category, the Table
field displays the lowest level table that contains all
the selected CIs. For example, if you select two PCs and
one laser printer, the Table
field changes to Hardware
[cmdb_ci_hardware], because that table
includes computers and printers. If you then add a
computer rack, the Table field
changes to Configuration Item
[cmdb_ci], which contains all CIs.
||If you selected the General type,
select the table you want to associate with the maintenance
plan. If you selected the Model based
type, this field displays the lowest level table that
contains all the selected CIs.
||Filter conditions to locate the specific assets you want
to maintain. Only records in the selected table that match
the filtering criteria require maintenance.
|Apply to new matching records
||Select the check box to ensure that the schedules defined
for this maintenance plan are applied to all records that
have been added to the specified table since the last time
the plan was executed, and that meet the conditions entered
in the Filter condition. For more
information, see Associate a maintenance plan to filtered records.
|Task creation policy
||Specify what to do when a maintenance plan runs on a
record that is already under maintenance.
- Leave alone: Do not allow the
creation of new tasks or the deletion of existing
- Cancel existing: Allow tasks
currently associated with the plan to be
- Add to existing: Allow new
tasks, along with existing active tasks, to be added
to maintenance plans.