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The point of the compliance timeline is the result of each Compliance Assessment. Compliance assessment may be triggered by scheduled tasks, real-time changes, or manually. The configuration time line is the record of each configuration change. If your rules are triggered by configuration change, then the point of evaluation of the rule on the compliance time line is the same point of time as the point of configuration change on the configuration time line.