transition

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The transition data type describes the transition property of the local and remote data types used to describe the local and remote properties of the replication link schedule resource.

transition data type properties

The following table describes the properties included in the transition data type.

Property name Data type Description Notes
performanceLevel String

Specifies the performance level that applies to the replication link on the local or remote system, as applicable, starting at the day and time specified by the time property. Valid values are:

LOW
The performance level changes to low at the specified day and time.
MEDIUM
The performance level changes to medium at the specified day and time.
HIGH
The performance level changes to high at the specified day and time.
CUSTOM
The performance level changes to the custom setting at the specified day and time.
OFF
The local or remote system, as applicable, stops sending data on the link at the specified day and time.

These values are not case-sensitive.

You cannot set the schedule to OFF for the entire week. To stop replication on the link for the entire week, suspend the link.

This property is required for within occurrence of the transition property.
time Date

Specifies a day and time at which the performance level for the replication link changes to the level specified by the performanceLevel property. Valid values are datetime values in this format:

EE:hh

In this format:

  • EE is the three-letter day (for example, Mon). This value is case-sensitive.
  • hh is the hour on a 24-hour clock. For midnight, use 00.
This property is required for within occurrence of the transition property.

Example

Here’s an XML example of the transition data type:

<transition>
    <time>Tue:18</time>
    <performanceLevel>HIGH</performanceLevel>
</transition>