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        Enable or Disable Signals

        You can enable and disable signals using the Fusion UI or the REST API.

        When you disable signals, the aggregation jobs are deleted, but the _signals and _signals_aggr collections are not, your legacy signal data remains intact.

        Using the UI

        When you create a collection using the Fusion UI, signals are enabled and a signals collection created by default. You can also enable and disable signals for existing collections using the Collections Manager.

        Enable signals for a collection
        1. In the Fusion workspace, navigate to Collections > Collections Manager.

        2. Hover over the primary collection for which you want to enable signals.

        3. Click Configure icon Configure to open the drop-down menu.

          Enable Signals

        4. Click Enable Signals.

          The Enable Signals window appears, with a list of collections and jobs that are created when you enable signals.

          Enable Signals

        5. Click Enable Signals.

        Disable signals for a collection
        1. In the Fusion workspace, navigate to Collections > Collections Manager.

        2. Hover over the primary collection for which you want to disable signals.

        3. Click Configure icon Configure to open the drop-down menu.

        4. Click Disable Signals.

          The Disable Signals window appears, with a list of jobs that are created when you enable signals.

        5. Click Disable Signals.

          Your _signals and _signals_aggr collections remain intact so that you can access your legacy signals data.

        Using the Collection Features API

        Using the API, the /collections/{collection}/features/{feature} endpoint enables or disables signals for any collection:

        Check whether signals are enabled for a collection
        curl -u user:pass http://localhost:{api-port}/api/collections/<collection-name>/features/signals
        Enable signals for a collection
        curl -u user:pass -X PUT -H "Content-type: application/json" -d '{"enabled" : true}' http://localhost:{api-port}/api/collections/<collection-name>/features/signals
        Disable signals for a collection
        curl -u user:pass -X PUT -H "Content-type: application/json" -d '{"enabled" : false}' http://localhost:{api-port}/api/collections/<collection-name>/features/signals