A Realtime Constraint contains an array of STRING values that represent different time intervals. These intervals are all relative to the current time, which means they assume the current time and then use an interval to determine how far back to go. The values range from “Last 5 Minutes” to “Last 5 Years”.
The stock Realtime Constraint contains a fixed set of values. This generic set of intervals makes for a quick option, particularly if you are unsure what the appropriate time constraints should be. A complete list of the default Realtime Constraint values are shown below:
If an administrator wants more control over the time intervals exposed to end users, then they will need to select a Custom Realtime Constraint. This option allows you to build up a custom list of time intervals. Because Realtime Constraints assume the current date as one value, you only need to configure how far back in time to go in order to establish the range.
Each list item in the Custom Realtime Constraint configuration represents a string, and consists of the following properties: