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The Transactions Summary views

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The WPM Web Console provides both overviews and detailed views to present a wide array of information about the transactions you have created.

Each view is made up of graphs, charts or tables pertaining to that view. These resources can be added, removed, edited or deleted to present the view in a way that shows the information you want in the way most useful to you. You can add tabs to a view if you need to organize it in to smaller pages.

For information on customizing views, see Create, delete, modify, or restrict views in the NPM Administrator Guide.

The overview view is known as the Transactions Summary view. If you require more detail about any location, transaction or step listed on this view, click the location, step or transaction name in any resource to open the appropriate details view.

To view the Web Transactions Summary view in the Web Console, go to Web > Transaction Summary.

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