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Changing the configuration of the MainView Data Dictionary views

You can configure the MainView Data Dictionary views to facilitate an examination of metrics for comparison, identification, or relevance.

The METRICZ view and the METRICS view provide the ability to configure the list of metrics by using the SORT or LOCATE commands on any column. Additionally, by using filter masks, you can further refine the list of metrics so that the view displays relevant metrics.

The following table describes how to use the SORT and LOCATE commands to change the configuration of the list of metrics.

Column

Use this command

To perform this task

Element Name

LOCATE

Search for a specific element name

SORT

Configure the list of metrics by a particular element name

Table

LOCATE

Find the metrics that pertain to a specific table

SORT

Configure the list of metrics to display all the metrics in a specific table

View Count

LOCATE

Find metrics with a particular view count tally

SORT

Configure the list of metrics to display all the metrics with a particular view count value

Data Type

LOCATE

Find the metrics that pertain to a particular data type

SORT

Configure the list of metrics to display all metrics with a particular data type

Visible

LOCATE

Find metrics that pertain to a particular visibility

SORT

Configure the list of metrics to display all metrics with a visibility

Dynamic Threshold

LOCATE

Find metrics with a defined Dynamic Threshold setting

SORT

Configure the list of metrics to display metrics with or without a defined dynamic threshold

Field Help Title

LOCATE

Find metrics with a particular Help Title name

SORT

Configure the list of metrics to display all metrics with a particular Help Title name

Field Help Text

LOCATE

Find metrics that refer to a particular subject matter

SORT

Configure the list of metrics to display all metrics with a particular Field Help Text name

Data Length

LOCATE

Find metrics with a particular data length

SORT

Configure the list of metrics to display all metrics with a particular data length

Display Format

LOCATE

Find metrics with a particular display format

SORT

Configure the list of metrics to display all metrics with a particular display format

View Presented

LOCATE

Find metrics contained within a particular view

SORT

Configure the list of metrics to display metrics for a particular view within the product

Note

You can use wildcard characters for both the LOCATE and SORT commands.

Example of using a filter to configure the list of metrics

Use the following procedure to configure the METRICZ to display the metrics of a particular view, in this example the metrics for the JCPU view in the CMF Monitor product.

  1. In the CMF Monitor product, open the METRICZ view.

  2. From the COMMAND line, type in mask.

    The second line of the column headers displays blank spaces as shown in the following figure.

    DDMMMYYYY  HH:MM:SS ------ MAINVIEW WINDOW INTERFACE (V6.2.00) ----------------
    COMMAND  ===>                                                 SCROLL ===> CSR  
    CURR WIN ===> 1        ALT WIN ===>                                            
    >W1 =METRICZ===========SJSCMV62=*========DDMMMYYYY==HH:MM:SS====CMF======D=6681
    -  Product : CMF                                                               
    C Element Name     View Dynamic   Field Help Title               Field Help Tex
    -                                                                              
      ABLALLC             7 NO        Short Term Total CPU Time      This is the to
      ABLALLP             7 NO        Short Term Total CPU Utilizati This is the pe
      ABLASSC             3 NO        Short Term ASST Enclave CPU Ti This is the am
      ABLASSP             3 NO        Short Term ASST CPU Utilizatio This is the pe
      ABLASST             1 NO        Short Term ASST Enclave CPU Ti This is the am
      ABLDUR              1 NO        ABLDUR                                       
      ABLDURC             3 NO        Short Term Sample Duration     The Short Term
      ABLDVAL             1 NO        ABLDVAL                                      
      ABLIFAC             3 NO        Short Term zAAP CPU Time       This is the am
      ABLIFACPC           2 NO        Short Term zAAP on CP CPU Time This is the am
      ABLIFACPP           2 NO        Short Term zAAP on CP CPU Util This is the pe
      ABLIFAP             3 NO        Short Term zAAP CPU Utilizatio This is the pe
      ABLIFAT             1 NO        Short Term zAAP CPU Time       This is the am
      ABLIIPC             3 NO        Short Term zIIP TCB CPU Time   This is the am
      ABLIIPCPC           2 NO        Short Term zAAP on CP CPU Time This is the am
      ABLIIPCPP           2 NO        Short Term zAAP on CP CPU Util This is the pe
  3. In the View column header, type JCPU and press Enter.

    The view displays the metrics filtered to show the metrics of the JCPU view, as shown in the following figure.

    DDMMMYYYY  HH:MM:SS ------ MAINVIEW WINDOW INTERFACE (V6.2.00) ----------------
    COMMAND  ===>                                                 SCROLL ===> CSR  
    CURR WIN ===> 1        ALT WIN ===>                                            
    >W1 =METRICZ==METRICS==SJSCMV62=*========DDMMMYYYY==HH:MM:SS====CMF======D====2
    -  Product : CMF                                                               
    C Element Name    View Name Data   Field Header 1   Field Header 2   Dynami Vis
    - == 'ABGCNM      JCPU                                                         
      ABGCNM          JCPUS     Char   SrvClass         --------         NO     YES
      ABGCNM          JCPUSZ    Char   SrvClass         --------         NO     YES



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