For each SysAid entity, you can create form events called triggers. This tab allows you to create the different triggers for the entity you've chosen.
There are three different trigger types: on load of the form, before saving the form, or after saving the form. Triggers allow you to automatically perform your own custom operations when using the different forms within SysAid.
These triggers will run the moment you load the form, and should be written in Java. As an example, a trigger for the service record entity could check to see if the SR due date has passed and create a popup notifying the administrator if this is the case.
These triggers should be written in Java, and will perform an action after the data has already been saved in the database. An example for the service record entity would be creating a new task if the saved service record status = closed and the reopen counter = 0.
Please consult our SysAid API Guide for more information about writing custom triggers.