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A sticker is a monitoring rule or rule group condition.
If the sticker condition is matched, the monitoring rule/group is activated (or disabled in the case of rule blockers).
Stickers refer to analysis, process card values, process jar versions or to Java module versions.
Stickers do therefore represent static conditions based on runtime or analysis static parameters.
Stickers support the NOT logical operator (” ! “).

See the complete description here.

Sticker examples :

Java8, linux, !quality, security, my_applicative_runtime_flag

Usage example (source : Java monitoring rules) :

<rule name="Operation pattern" extra_info="Java exception generation" stickers="performance">