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Web Application status

In the Web Applications table, hovering over a status icon shows information about what the icon depicts.

Status (Name column)

The Name column displays the healthcheck status beside the Web application name. Healthcheck status could be:

Web application in up and running state. (Up) All servers assigned to the Web application are up and running.

Web application in down state. (Down) All servers assigned to the Web application are down.

Web application in degraded state. (Degraded) Atleast one server assigned to the Web application is down.

Web application in undeployed state. (Unused) Web application is not deployed on any WAF cluster, or the Web application is deployed on a cluster having no appliances registered to it.

Policy (Policy column)

The Policy column displays the policy mode beside the policy name. Policy mode could be:

Blocking mode policy. (Blocking allowed - firewalled) Enforcing any blocking settings present in the policy.

Monitoring mode policy. (Monitoring only) Only monitoring events for the Web application.

Deployment (Last Update column)

The deployment status of Web Application and other configurations being pushed to the cluster is displayed in the Deployment Status column. The Last Update column displays the latest date on which the Web Application and other configurations were pushed to the cluster.

Deployment status could be:

Web application deployment successful. Web application successfully deployed on a cluster.

Web application deployment in progress. Deployment of Web application on cluster is in progress.

Web application deployment pending. Deployment of a Web application is pending.

Web application deployment partially failed. Deployment failed on at least one cluster or appliance assigned to the Web application.

Web application deployment failed. Deployment of Web application configuration has failed on all associated clusters.

Web application  not deployed. Web application is not deployed on any WAF cluster or the Web application is deployed on a cluster having no appliances registered to it.