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IT Inventory and Resource Management with OCS Inventory NG 1.02 by Barzan Tony Antal

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Managing the rules of affectations

The rules of affectations deal with automatic affectation of packages. These are useful in the case of redistribution servers when we opt for a distributed OCS-NG inventory setup, but there might be exceptions to this. This is the third option of the Deployment menu (first icon of the yellow admin toolbar). By default, there is no rule. It is shown in the following screenshot:

Managing the rules of affectations

Should we want to add a rule, the interface is intuitive. Each rule needs to have a priority. This benefits scenarios in which multiple rules are meant to be implemented. Under most circumstances, the syntax of an affectation rule is: if ...

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