InetSoft's Monitoring Dashboard Interface

From the monitoring dashboard interface, users can fully customize data using InetSoft's dashboard software. View the example below to learn more about the Style Intelligence solution.

The 'Monitoring' node under the Server tab also allows you to configure the following options. The 'Monitoring Level' menu on the 'Settings' page determines which of the other pages are available. A setting of at least 'Low' is required:

-Configure the granularity at which server activity is monitored.
-View and manage executing, queued, and completed reports.
-View and manage executing and open Viewsheets.
-View and manage executing queries.
-View report and data cache usage. Requires 'Monitoring Level' set to 'High' on the 'Settings' page.
-View server requests by component: Report, Viewsheet, Visual Composer, Ad Hoc. Requires 'Monitoring Level' set to 'High' on the 'Settings' page.
-View and manage current user logins. Requires 'Monitoring Level' set to 'High' on the 'Settings' page.
-View user and system errors.
-View a variety of summary statistics related to memory, disk, CPU usage, top reports, and top users.

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Example of Advanced Dashboard Tables

Example of Using Multiple Dashboard Tables

Example of Combining Dashboard Tables

Presentation options control how reports are generated and presented to users. Users can perform the following tasks:

-Configure the sort order of the Repository tree, as well as formats for dates, times, and images.
-Configure the overall appearance of the User Portal.
-Configure Portal color scheme, logos, and fonts.
-Configure tools and navigation tabs shown in the Portal.
-Specify an alternative Welcome page for the Portal.
-Configure specific Portal customization options. The following pages are available:
-Specify options such as custom error page, report session timeout, and toolbar location.
-Configure visibility and ordering of toolbar buttons on generated reports.
-Specify custom icons for toolbar buttons.
-Control availability of export formats.
-Configure Repository tree behavior for embedded applications.

Configure the display of Portlet Dashboards in the User Portal.

The following pages are available:

-Enable Portlet Dashboards, and set required URLs.
-Create and edit global dashboards and layouts.
-Assign global dashboards to various roles and groups.
-Configure settings related to generation of archived and exported reports in PDF format.
-Configure PDF document generation options.
-Configure mappings for CJK characters.

-Configure settings related to the Ad Hoc Wizard and Ad Hoc editing.
-Edit and create Ad Hoc wizards from prototype reports.
-Configure Ad Hoc properties such as auto-size and image directory.

Configure server and Scheduler message logging. The following pages are available:

-Configure server and Scheduler message logging, including level of detail and maximum log size.
-Track and troubleshoot requests from InetSoft server execution.
-Track and troubleshoot tasks from InetSoft Scheduler execution.