I am unable to find two queries with respect to CA APM Team Center 10.2, Kindly assist thanks in advance
1. What does the Dash line in the generic frontend signifies ?
2. If we got notification of occurrence Alert in the Dashboard View is there a link available to directly go to that faulty component in Map View or to the metric investigator?
As per my knowledge, option is available in the map view to go to the faulty metrics directly from Component View of that component -> performance overview -> click on the metric name Or directly click on alert name
I have sent a note internally asking for someone to respond to you
For question #1, I think in historic mode, in the timeline, dashed blue lines mean this edge had no longer any activities in this time range and "disappeared" from Team Center. The contrary is blue lines, which mean a new edge (relation) appeared during the time range.
Answer that I was provided for Q2
drill into investigator using link that shows when you hover over that metric.
Actually, first click on the alert in the alerts panel on the right hand side. That takes you to the alert definition in the Management Module. There you can hover of the metrics and drill down into the metric that alerted.
Thanks for the update, Clicking on the alert in the alert panel is available in the Map View as I was refering above however my concern was If I am in dashboard view is there any correlation between the Map view and Dashboard view.
Both questions have been provided with answers.Please let us know if that is sufficient or you have any follow-up questions
Answers were provided to both questions and there were no follow-up questions. Marking as answered.
I think Question one is now clear however I am still having some difficulties in addressing question 2, because what I need is if client is in dashboard view and needs to identify the RCA then can he directly go to the Map view faulty component by clicking somewhere in the dashboard view of teamcenter instead of going to the Map view and browse the faulty component manually and then proceed for his RCA by following to the Guenter suggestion.