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Home > Success Center > Database Performance Analyzer (DPA) > DPA - Knowledgebase Articles > DPA charts are shown in weeks in bars instead of days

DPA charts are shown in weeks in bars instead of days

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Updated November 18, 2016

Overview

This article will cover why a DPA  would  group as weeks not days. In the trend view charts 

Questions are like the following:

"Some of my views for specific instances are setup in a daily view and the others are grouped by week, I want to be able to see daily no matter what instance I am monitoring and I cannot find the settings anywhere. "

Daily example chart

Weekly example chart