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BPMON setup for Number Range Monitoring

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Object - EUROPARTNR, Yellow Threshold - 80, Red Threshold as 90 and Number Range Number as 2.

When checking in the Table NRIV in the system, it has above details and NRLEVEL as 0000000000000000.

Now BPMon monitoring object was configured with the condition NRRANGENR=02.

It should send the alert notification as the NRLEVEL is Zero but no alert notification has been sent.


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> Object - EUROPARTNR, Yellow Threshold - 80, Red Threshold as 90 and Number Range Number as 2.
This means, the key figure will search for the entry which has 'OBJECT=EUROPARTNR' and 'NRRANGENR=2' from the table NRIV and check whether its fill level was exceeded 80% (yellow) or 90% (red).
 
The value of Number Range Number (NRRANGENR in NRIV) you've configured in the BPMon monitoring object will be used by the key figure to find out the correct entry in NRIV to monitor.
NRRANGENR has a fixed value which will not be changed.
The value of NRLEVEL means the current number range value so if it has 0000000000000000, it means that this number range has not been used yet so its fill level is 0%.
 
After finding out the correct entry from NRIV, the key figure will check FROMNUMBER, TONUMBER and NRLEVEL to calculate the current fill level.
 
For example, if the entry which has 'OBJECT=EUROPARTNR' and 'NRRANGENR=2' in the table NRIV shows below value, 
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FROMNUMBER:  000000010000000000 | TONUMBER: 000000099999999999 | NRLEVEL: 00000000010000000587
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The fill level(%) will be calculated as follows:
(10000000587 - 10000000000) / (99999999999  - 10000000587) * 100
=> 0.0000000655222222 %
As the value of fill level will be rounded off to the nearest whole number, it is 0%.