The green, amber, and red traffic light indicators on the MCS Environments and Diagnostics pages depict the overall health of an environment for the last minute MCS bases this at-a-glance view on the health metrics for the environment. When die error count and request/response times exceed configured thresholds, the traffic light indicator changes from green (normal) to amber (adverse) or red (severe).
For your development environment, you expect more errors to occur and thus want to increase thresholds for when the light indicator changes. How would you change the threshold for error counts to allow more errors before the traffic light indicator switches to red?
- A: As an MCS administrator, set the log level for a mobile backend to SEVERE to avoid performance reporting that is too fine-grained.
- B: As an MCS administrator, download, modify, and re-upload the policy file for the environment.
- C: As an MCS administrator, add a configuration to the mobile backend application policies.
- D: As an application developer, set the Oracle-Mobile-Diagnostic-Session-ID header value to null to indicate that error reporting is not needed for the application.