We are exploring ways to maximize our machine or robot utilization using triggering with dynamic allocation. This means that any production machine can run any of the processes we deploy as soon as it triggers, instead of waiting for a specific machine to become available.
However, sometimes we need to access certain production machines for maintenance or other purposes. This raises a concern: do we need to take down all the other machines or disable all the triggers to access one of the machines?
For example, if we have 10 robots or machines and we need to access the machine 1 for a few minutes, do we need to disable all the triggers so that no processes start on that machine? This would affect all the other machines as well, since we only create one trigger for a process with dynamic allocation.
Alternatively, is there a method to disable only the triggering of a specific robot (without disabling the trigger) until maintenance is completed?