Apart from this the DQM checkpoints can also be customized. Administrators can request for changes on how the checkpoints are currently set up while standard users will need an administrators approval.
Changing the behavior of a Checkpoint
To change the behavior, create a new support case and provide the details below:
Inform the support team if the change is to be applied to a specific dashboard, set of dashboards or the entire context
If applied to a specific dashboard, provide the dashboard name
If applied to a set of dashboards, list down the dashboards where the exemption needs to be applied
The checkpoint or checkpoints where the changes needs to be applied
Kindly provide the checkpoint number and name
The details of the changes that needs to be made including the specific code, Examples include:
Details of a unique code, if there is a unique code that needs to be considered
If there is specific URLs that need to be checked
If an additional consideration needs to be added on a checkpoint
Examples of the pages or code to be flagged as an issue
This will help the team confirm if the checkpoint is working as expected
Restricted Checkpoints are checkpoints that are only visible to administrators or users given access to see restricted checkpoints. More details can be found in the article Understanding Restricted Checkpoints
Please contact the DQM support team if you wish to make changes to a checkpoint.