What is more efficient :
- A single tickscript with single
window()nodes where all (potentially logically separate) alerts re-use those nodes
- Or multiple tickscripts having exact same
window()definitions, and its own
In the first case I can guess there might be a performance benefit, but to which extent? Aren’t streams+windows, having the same definition, got re-used internally even if they are declared in different tickscripts?
Where the first way, apparently, is not that convenient for alerts organization and management, and statistics consumption.