Event levels

A “level” indicates the significance of an event. Levels rank events from low to high importance. There are four levels, which are listed in order of lowest to highest importance: Low, High, Warning and Error.

Event levels provide different degrees of information. Low level events contain the most detailed information and high level events contain the most general information. The warning and error levels do not correspond to a level of detail, but do infer degrees of importance.

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