2020-09-03_05-56-28_Deleting a column from an event list for an abnormality in the operator console

All users can delete a single column from the event list for an abnormality by selecting the Event View on the All Abnormalities screen. This operation requires the event list and the Quick Columns Selector dialog box to be open simultaneously.

To delete a column from an event list for an abnormality

  1. Click Quick Columns Selector.
  2. From the event list, drag a column name from the header row of an event list and drop it into the Event List Column Editor dialog box.

    Tip

    To view the columns in the default template, in the Event List Column Editor dialog box, click Intelligent Event Details.


    The All Abnormalities> Grid View has different subtabs that display different information about abnormalities. The Device View tab groups events by device with the option of expanding any device for information about its events, and the All View tab lists all events regardless of their device association. Further information options from the Tools Menu on the All Events screen summarizes the columns of information available for events on the All Abnormalities screen.

    Note

    When you search for abnormality based on service name, it also displays direct impact abnormalities.


    Columns of alarm information on the All Abnormalities > Grid View screen

    ColumnDescription
    Device View for further information
    SelectSelection column for more information and analysis
    DeviceName of the device 
    In the case of an event on Aggregate Monitors (Resource Pool Monitors and Abnormality Index Monitors), No associated deviceis displayed.
    Num EventsTotal number of events opened for the device
    SeverityIndicates whether it is a Threshold problem or a Signature problem 
    Signature problems are described as 'Abnormal'. Threshold issues are shown as 'Critical', 'Major', or 'Minor'.
    ScoreIndicates how closely the alarm relates to the probable cause of the problem
    All View or event under expanded device
    SelectSelection column for more information and analysis
    Time OpenedDate and time when the event took place
    MonitorMonitorinstance to which this event belongs
    SeverityIndicates whether it is a Threshold problem or a Signature problem 
    Signature problems are described as 'Abnormal'. Threshold issues are shown as 'Critical', 'Major', or 'Minor'.
    DescriptionProvides an indication of why the event went off 
    On Mouse over, the tooltip on the icon displays the abnormality details. The tabular data provides Baseline, Hourly, Daily, and Weekly values. For attributes of Poisson Type, the abnormality details show 10%, median, and 90% values. However, for attributes of Normal Type, the abnormality details show the Min (Minimum), Avg (Average), and Max (Maximum) values.
    AnalyzeThe Probable Cause Analysis icon launches the Probable Cause Analysis screen.
    ScoreIndicates how closely the event relates to the probable cause of the problem 
    Each event listed in the table is given a score between zero and 100 percent, indicating the possibility that this event is the cause of the problem. The percentage is determined by applying a Smart Filter Algorithm to the event and calculating the score value.
    Tools menuAdditional tools for more information about the event and for setting the event thresholds
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