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Task Analysis Console

The Task Analysis Console shows how many times handlers and subtrees are used and which task trees they are used in.  It also shows a list of missing handlers and subtrees that are referenced in trees but not found in the environment.

Handlers

The handlers table contains a row for each task handler in the environment.  In the first two columns it displays the name and id of each handler.  In the third column it displays the time since the handler was last modified (if you hover over this value you will see the actual date/time string).  The Nodes column displays the total number of nodes the handler was used for.  The Trees column displays the number of trees the handler was used in.

Clicking on a row will reveal another table that lists each of the task trees the handler was used in.  The tree name is displayed as a link to edit the tree.  The second column displays the number of times the handler was used in that particular tree.  Some more tree details are displayed in the following columns.

Subtrees

The subtrees table contains a row for each subtree in the environment.  In the first two columns it displays the name and id of each subtree.  In the third column it displays the time since the subtree was last modified (if you hover over this value you will see the actual date/time string).  The Nodes column displays the total number of nodes the subtree was used for.  The Trees column displays the number of trees the subtree was used in.

Clicking on a row will reveal another table that lists each of the task trees the subtree was used in.  The tree name is displayed as a link to edit the tree.  The second column displays the number of times the subtree was used in that particular tree.  Some more tree details are displayed in the following columns.

Missing

The missing table contains a row for each handler or subtree that was referenced in a task tree but was not configured in the environment.  These nodes will result in errors if the task engine attempts to execute the node.

The first column shows the type of the missing item (either Handler or Subtree) and the second column shows the id of the missing handler or subtree.  The Nodes and Trees columns display the counts for that handler/subtree as described above.

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Like the Handlers and Subtrees tables, clicking on a row in this table will reveal a table that displays the task trees that the missing handler or subtree was used in.