Alerts are MVC events occurring when a condition defined in Genio is not validated. Theses events are display-only. The display inside the application is located on the upper right of the screen, aside to the user button.



In Genio, the Alerts access can be found in Definition > Alerts and Notifications > Alerts


Then, insert a new alert and you'll found yourself with this interface :


  • The Identifier is a necessary field, it's the name of the alert.

  • The Alert Mode gives the choice between:

    • Aggregative mode: Adding together all the records in one alert
    • Non-aggregative: One alert for each record
  • The Access Level is the minimal level which the user need to have to have access to the alert.

  • The Feature to select to make the alert only available to clients with this feature.

  • The Module and Menu List define the list from where the alert is issued.

  • The Obtaining value is a count() of the rows inside the list you selected.

  • The Title and the Description are what will be displayed in the alert, you can insert the count() linked to the a Menu's list.

  • If you want to control the display of the alert, you can by enabling the control option by 'Tag' value. You can also choose, if you want, to not display the alert if the value is lesser than your choice.

  • The Default Type & Alert Control submenu give you the control on the type of the alert (Sucess, Information, Warning, Danger). Either you choose to make it Dismissible and you will have an alert with one type (Sucess-only, for example) or you can also choose alert type automatic mode. It means that you control the values for each type of alert. You cannot disable a color and you may use all of them. The easiest way to "disable" one for now is to set the value to 999. It will be changed in future update. If you have (Sucess, 1), (Information, 3), (Warning, 4), (Danger, 5) and a value of 4, it will display Warning.