Control buttons

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Control buttons

Time period

The top level view of the myarmrtsbrowser is the starting point for browsing through transaction statistics data. To define the starting time period the following time period drop-down-box is provided:


Figure: The time period drop-down-box
"This year"
will aggregate all available data of this year. The next drill-down level will be all month of this year.
"Last 12 months"
will aggregate all available data of the last 12 month. The next drill-down level will be the last 12 month.
"Last year"
will aggregate all available data of the last year. The next drill-down level will be the 12 month of last year.
"Last 3 years"
will aggregate all available data of the last 3 years. The next drill-down level will be the last three years.
"Last 5 years"
will aggregate all available data of the last 5 years. The next drill-down level will be the last five years.
"This month"
will aggregate all available data of the this month. The next drill-down level will be all days of this month.
"Last month"
will aggregate all available data of the last month. The next drill-down level will be all days of last month.

Cell coloring

To support identifying problematic statistics at a glance different colors are used to represent the overall statistic of the different transaction measurements. Figure "The cell coloring bar" shows all controls to adopt cell coloring:


Figure: The cell coloring bar

The following different cell coloring's based on transaction statistics are supported:

"Neutral"
no cell coloring
"RT-Index"
cell coloring according to the response time index calculated by the number of measurements within the defined response thresholds.
"Status-Index"
cell coloring according to the status index calculated by the number of measurements within the transaction status ("GOOD", "FAILED", etc).

With the following controls the user can slightly change the distribution of the colors:

"Scrict"
Interprets the selected color index real strict. Values between 0% and 60% are displayed in red, values between 60% and 70% are displayed in orange, values over 70% in yellow and values above 80% are displayed in light and dark green:

Figure: Strict cell coloring
"Normal"
Values between 0% and 40% are displayed in red, values between 40% and 60% are displayed in orange, values over 60% in yellow and values above 70% are displayed in green gradients:

Figure: Normal cell coloring
"Tolerant"
Values between 0% and 30% are displayed in red, values between 30% and 50% are displayed in orange, values over 50% in yellow and values above 60% are displayed in green gradients:

Figure: Tolerant cell coloring
"Linear"
Values between 0% and 20% are displayed in red, values between 20% and 40% are displayed in orange, values over 40% in yellow and values above 50% are displayed in green gradients:

Figure: Linear cell coloring

Time period navigation

The time period navigation buttons in the left bottom corner of the myarmrtsbrowser is used to navigate through the time line in the past and future direction. Depending on the current time period it moves the view by minutes, hours, days, months or years.


Figure: The time period navigation buttons
  1. By clicking this button the time view is moved by one unit into the past. For example in the hours view it moves the view by one hour into the past.
  2. By clicking this button the time view is moved by one unit into the future. For example in the days view it moves the view by one day into the future.
  3. By clicking this button the time view is moved by one complete view into the past. For example in the days view it moves the view by one month into the past.
  4. By clicking this button the time view is moved by one complete view into the future. For example in the months view it moves the view by one year into the future.
  5. Shows the currently viewed time period. By clicking this button the view is moved one level up.

Dig into raw data

Within each cell in the right bottom corner there is an arrow pointing east south. Clicking this arrow will open a new browser tab or windows and load the raw data using the myarmbrowser application as shown in the following figure.

Note that you need to configure the correct base URL for the myarmbrowser as descrived in section Configuring web user interfaces.


Figure: The dig into raw data arrows
  1. Represents all measurements for the HTTP request of the Trac query interface:
    1. By clicking this button all raw 1671 measurements recorded in january 2013 of the "TracQuery" are loaded into a new browser tab.
    2. By clicking this button all raw 1671 measurements recorded in february 2013 of the "TracQuery" are loaded into a new browser tab.
    3. By clicking this button all raw 691 measurements recorded in march 2013 of the "TracQuery" are loaded into a new browser tab.
    4. By clicking this button all raw 425 measurements recorded in april 2013 of the "TracQuery" are loaded into a new browser tab.
    5. By clicking this button all raw 790 measurements recorded in may 2013 of the "TracQuery" are loaded into a new browser tab.
  2. Represents all measurements for the HTTP request of the Trac report interface:
    1. By clicking this button all raw 21 measurements recorded in january 2013 of the "TracReport" are loaded into a new browser tab.
    2. By clicking this button all raw 5 measurements recorded in february 2013 of the "TracReport" are loaded into a new browser tab.
    3. By clicking this button all raw 12 measurements recorded in march 2013 of the "TracReport" are loaded into a new browser tab.
    4. By clicking this button all raw 14 measurements recorded in april 2013 of the "TracReport" are loaded into a new browser tab.
    5. By clicking this button all raw 15 measurements recorded in may 2013 of the "TracReport" are loaded into a new browser tab.