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Step Availability

The Step Availability Chart, lets you see the percentage of time a transaction step is in a particular state, such as Up, Down, Warning, Critical, or Unknown. The state of the transaction step at a given time can be determined by referencing the color-coding of the chart and the legend below the chart.

Move the mouse over the main chart to reveal a tool tip with more detailed information for a time slice within the period.

Zooming

Use the Zoom buttons to display data for 1 hour, 12 week, or 24 hours, or use the slider handles below the chart to create your own period. You can move the selected period to any point in the available data range using the slider bar.

Available customization

Click Edit to change the following resource attributes:

Title/Subtitle

The title and the subtitle of the resource.

Default Zoom Range

Select the default zoom range to be shown when this resource is viewed.

Amount of historical data to load

Select the period of historical data you want to be available for this resource.

Sample Interval

Select a predefined sample interval. There may be gaps in the chart if you select a sample interval shorter than your transaction playback interval.

Chart Width

Set the width of the chart in pixels. A value of 0 lets the chart automatically determine the best chart width.

Chart Height

Set the height of the chart in pixels. A value of 0 lets the chart automatically determine the best chart height.


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