Life Cycle Status' Explained

Created by Kiarne Johnston-Harvey, Modified on Wed, 01 May 2024 at 10:36 AM by Kiarne Johnston-Harvey


The "Operating" Life Cycle status indicates that the plant is fully functional and operational, eligible for all activities.

Configuration TypesOptions (Toggle)Description/Functionality
Require Active Maintenance PlanYes | No
  • When the "Yes" option is selected, it is mandatory for the plant to have a active maintenance plan configured against it to utilize this life cycle status.


The "Non-Operating" Life Cycle status denotes that the plant is not functioning and is inactive, requiring attention for potential reactivation or decommissioning. At this time maintenance can/should be configured against the plant.

Configuration Types
Options (Toggle)
Silence Maintenance Plan Related NotificationsYes | No
  • Maintenance plan related notifications for the asset are silenced when the "Yes" option is selected.
Raise Work Order Requests and Work OrdersDisallow | Allow
  • When the "Disallow" option is selected, work order requests and work orders cannot be raised for the plant. 
  • Notifications will be silenced for already opened Work Order Requests and Work Orders. 
  • Request Work Order & Work Order buttons will be greyed out in the UI. 
  • When hovering the buttons a text will  be displayed quoting:  "Work Order Requests cannot be raised while this plant is in "Status: [statusName]".

Silence Key Document NotificationsYes | No
  • When the "Yes" option is selected notifications relating to key documents for the plant are not sent.


The "Decommissioned" Life Cycle status signifies that the plant has been taken out of operations. During this status, the plant is disconnected from all client schemas and maintenance plans.

Configuration Types

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