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Getting Started : Understanding OpenEdge server graphs : Displaying OpenEdge viewlets on a Collection view

Displaying OpenEdge viewlets on a Collection view

Collections allow you to define and organize OpenEdge resource details and to prominently display these details in OpenEdge Management. Specifically, you can define OpenEdge resource viewlets to display resource information in a graphical form on a collections page. In Table 6, the second column, titled "Data addressing each of these topics," identifies some of the graphs that the OpenEdge viewlets support.
You can define viewlets for any OpenEdge resource that is a member of a collection.
To access and select OpenEdge resource viewlets for display on a collections page:
1. Click My Dashboard on the management console menu bar. The My Collections.Home:Default page appears in the detail frame:
2. If you are updating the My Collections.Home:Default page, go to Step 4. Otherwise, from the list frame, expand the collections category (My Collections or Shared Collections) that contains the collection page you want to update.
3. Click the collection. The collections page appears in the detail frame.
4. From the toolbar on the collections page, click View Content > Customize View > View. (The check mark in the drop-down menu list identifies the currently active view.)
The Edit My Collections page for the collection appears, as shown in the following excerpt:
For each OpenEdge server resource type defined for the collection, the Resource viewlets to show section displays the associated viewlet options.
Note: The Resource viewlets to show section also supports these AppServer viewlets that are not available on the AppServer Performance View page: AS Total Servers CPU, AS Broker Queued Requests (percent), and AS Broker Rejected Requests (percent). The NameServer-related viewlet provides access to the NameServer instance's Details page; there are no graphs associated with NameServer resources.
5. Click the box associated with a viewlet option to select it.
6. Click Save. The main view of the collections page reappears with the selected viewlets. Use the scroll bar to view all items you defined, as shown in the following example: