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Monitoring your transactions

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This section provides a complete list of WPM-specific resources available in the Transaction Summary view, the Transaction Details view, the Transaction Step Details view and the Location Details view. It also provides information about several of the resources. For information about a specific resource, click Help in the upper right corner of the resource.

To add a resource to a view:

  1. Select the view to which you want to add the resource, and then click Customize Page.
  2. Click the green plus icon, +, next to the column in which you want to display the resource.
  3. To add a WPM-related resource, select Feature from the Group by dropdown, and then click Web from the list displayed.
  4. Select the resource or resources you want to add, and then click Add Selected Resources.
  5. Click Preview.
  6. To edit the title and subtitle for this resource, click Edit in the resource title bar.

    Some resources have additional options on the Edit Resource page.

  7. Amend the default information displayed.
  8. Click Submit.

In addition to the WPM-specific resources, you also have access to the standard resources and those supplied with other SolarWinds products. For further information on adding and managing the resources shown in a view, see Create, delete, modify, or restrict views in the NPM Administrator Guide.

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