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Procedure documentationArranging Views on Tabs


You place selected standard views on tabs, to satisfy specified information requirements.

All graphical display formats on a tab represent the same data. By default, the monitoring is dynamic: When you drill down in a view, the data displayed in the other views is adapted accordingly.

You have the following options:

  • To perform analyses, you can navigate and drill down in a view. This is the default behavior of views.

  • To configure an operations control center, you can lock views. For more information, see Locking a View for Static Monitoring.


  • You have started the end user experience monitor.

  • You know the views available to analyze the data, and have specified your information requirements. For more information about available view types and use cases, see End User Experience Monitor.


  1. Choose Tabs.

  2. Choose Add.

    You go to the Tab Editor dialog box.

  3. Specify the tab type:

    The tab type controls the graphical display formats available for the tab.

  4. Enter a name.

  5. Specify the data display parameters:

    • Enter a description in the Description field.

    • If the tab is to be visible to all users, set the Public field.

    • Select the monitoring period, in the Time Period field.

    • In the Query Level field, specify the resolution of data to adjust the processing load depending on the frequency of execution and the monitoring period.

    • In the Aggregate field, specify how the results of the individual EEMon script executions are to be aggregated:

      • Latest: The error code of the last run is displayed as status.

      • Maximum: The highest error code is displayed as status (worst case).

      • Average: For availability, the highest error code is displayed. The performance error code is the arithmetic mean of the execution times of the steps of an EEMon script. A logon step, for example, requires 80 ms on average in multiple runs of the EEMon script. A yellow alert is raised, because of the threshold value you specified.

    • Deselect the objects which you do not want to show in the tab, under Robot/Script Filter.

    • Under Robot/Script Filter, deselect the objects which you do not want to show in the tab. You could, for example, hide green alerts, to improve comprehensibility. Or you could give the responsibility for performance and availability to different employees.

    • To activate a graphical display format in the tab, or to deactivate it, under Views click the format.

  6. Save your entries.