Click the data points to open the Events page where individual events are listed. The events are filtered based on criteria that you selected from the Configuration page. For more information see viewing event details and understanding event states.
At least one instance of a TrueSight Infrastructure Management server must be registered with the Presentation Server for this dashlet template to be available.
You can configure this dashlet when you .
Click the Configure Dashleticon.
From the Refresh Rate list, select a frequency for refreshing the chart view.
The default is 5 minutes.
In the Event Filter section, select an option to filter the event count:
Applications (All or Selected)
Groups (All or Selected)
Devices (All or Selected)
For the Selected option, click the
Differentiating between the All and Select All options
In the Event Filter section there is a difference in behavior between choosing the All Groups or All Devices and choosing the Select All option from the Groups and Devices search dialog boxes.
See the figure for an example.
If the dashboard user selects an application from the Applications list at the dashboard level, then that selection is honored and takes precedence over the choices selected in this step.
From the Status list, select one or more event status to display:
By default Open, Acknowledged, and Assigned are selected.
From the Severity list, select one or more event severity to display:
By default, Critical, Major, and Minor are selected.
You can add or delete the slots using the Using custom filters to filter events. and icons. For information about advanced filtering options, see
Click Apply to add the configured dashlet to the dashboard.
After you save the dashlet, if the x- and y-axis chart labels do not appear or appear incorrectly, change the dashboard row size settings to 40% + 40% + 20% layout or larger.
In the Event Count dashlet, the column chart data is stacked and the bar chart data is segmented. This section contains more information about understanding the dashlet data.
All the events that are in the Open status for all severity types are marked in color and appear in the bottom stack of a column chart or left segment of a bar chart. All other statuses (not Open) appear in shades of the color gray. If you hover over a data point, a tooltip displays the status. The following table shows the colors and their meanings:
|Critical Open||Critical events that have the status Open|
|Major Open||Major events that have the status Open|
|Minor Open||Minor events that have the status Open|
|Warning Open||Warning events that have the status Open|
|Information Open||Informational events that have the status Open|
|OK Open||OK events that have the status Open|
|Unknown Open||Events of unknown type and have the status Open|
|Acknowledged||Events with status Acknowledged (applicable to all severities)|
|Assigned||Events with status Assigned (applicable to all severities)|
|Blackout||Events with status Blackout (applicable to all severities)|
|Closed||Events with status Closed (applicable to all severities)|
If a chart displays only gray segments, no events are in Open status. The total number of events for each severity is displayed at the top of the columns and to the extreme right of the bars. A total count of 0 indicates that there are no events under that severity. Total counts are not displayed for dashlets configured for only one status type or if only status type is available. See the following figure for an example:
You can restrict the number of columns or bars by configuring the dashlet to display fewer severity and status types.