Set result of a widget as "compliant"

Set result of a widget as "compliant"

Hi,

I would like to have a functionality in the browser that realizes the following.

We have a widget that contains several compound links that fits on all possible infrastructure and will always show the whole service tree. In case the service owner runs the widget for his service he sould be able to mark the result of the widget as compliant for his service.

This should be able for the CIs and relations itself but also for selectable attributes.

In case CIs have been removed by some reason since the service tree has been marked as compliant the service tree should be marked as non compliant and missing CIs should be shown as greyed out/red marked whatever. But dufferent to the existing CIs.

So e.g. compliant CIs should be marked as green, non compliant as red and removed CIs should be greyed out.

Please keep in mind that there will be no specific TQL existing for that specific service. It will be generated automatically by a generic TQL (widget).

Thanks.

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