Triggers are calculated from the latest information that is available for a farm, so as each new report is completed or edited for a farm the data is re-evaluated through the Trigger framework. Because farms might have different reporting dates, or some farms may be ahead or behind others in their reporting, Trev will display the report date for each farm for which the Trigger has been evaluated.
A Trigger might have one of the following status:
Triggered / activated
The observed values for farm(s) included in this Trigger have met the threshold rules you have prescribed. The number displayed represents the Trigger Score. A high Trigger Score will be displayed in red, moderate in orange and low in blue.
The observed values for farm(s) included in this Trigger have not met the threshold rules you have prescribed.
You have Snoozed this Trigger, which means it will not be active until such time as a report has been submitted (or an existing reporting has been resubmitted) that includes data which meets your Trigger rule thresholds, or you manually choose to Unsnooze it.
You have Paused this Trigger, which means it will not be active until such time as you manually choose to Resume it.
Outside date range
Today’s date is not between the start and end dates specified for this Trigger, i.e. you have indicated you do not wish to be notified about this Trigger at this time of season.
Not able to be evaluated
A Trigger Score is not able to be calculated because data for this metric is not available.