Use MOM Operator console views to obtain different representations of the operations data that is stored in the MOM database.
The data represented in each view is determined by several factors, including: the management packs that are installed, the console scope that you are using, and the view's properties.
The following table describes the views that are available.
|Alerts||Displays a list of alerts from all of the computers in the management group. Each row in the Results pane represents one alert.|
|State||Displays a summary of the current state of all of the computers in the management group. Each row in the Results pane represents one computer.|
|Events||Displays a list of all events. Each row in the Results pane represents one event.|
|Performance||Displays a list of the number of performance measurements taken for each computer in the management group. Each row in the Results pane represents one computer.|
|Computers and Groups||Displays a list of computer groups in the management group. Each row in the Results pane represents one computer group. You can also add a Computer Attributes View. For more information, see Create a New Computer Attributes View.|
|Diagram||Displays a graphical representation of the computers in a computer group.|
When you are working with views, you can complete basic view tasks, such as rename a view, copy a view, cut a view, paste a view, or delete a view.
You can also edit view properties and create new public ( Public Views) or personal views ( My Views).
To work with a view
The Detail pane is divided into two sections. The upper half contains a table with data that is specific to the navigation button you selected. For example, if you clicked the Eventsnavigation button, the table in the Detail pane lists the events detected. All of the data pertaining to an event appears in a single row.
The lower half of the Detail pane contains specific information about the data that you select in the upper half. For example, if you click an event in the upper half of the Detail pane, the Event Detailsfor that event are displayed in the lower half of the Detail pane.
You can also work with some of the details in the lower half of the Detail pane. For example, if the selected event has alerts, you can view the details about an alert. In the lower section, click the Alerttab, and then double-click an alert on the list. All of the information about the alert appears in the Detail pane.
The Operator Console| Work with the Alerts View| Work with the Events View| Work with the Computer Attributes View| Work with the Computers View| Work with the Computer Groups View| Work with the Diagram View| Work with the Performance View| Work with the Performance Data View| Work with the State View