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I've been wondering how the service relationships work.
My situation represented by a simplified example:
Should this change the state of Q, or this has to be manually (or via API) done? Is there any best practice for this?
Right now, the service relationships are just for display and reporting purposes. There isn't currently a way to trigger an incident on a dependent service if the 'parent' service has an incident.