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Understanding time ranges in Avail. Reports

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Understanding time ranges in Avail. Reports

Postby JernalinSadhoo » Fri Sep 30, 2022 2:14 am

Edit: "time range" is inaccurate, it's more like "row data"

So I run an availability report and getting error report.
My assumption here is you get a new "row" for every change in state, or one row per day (if no state change).

So why are there two green rows (4/24 9:07 & 9:18) between the two "Service Critical Hard" events? I feel like I'm missing something obvious...
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