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Use the Event Browser

The Event Browser displays an overview of the active events that exist in the IT environment you are monitoring. The details include, for example:

  • Date and time when the event occurred.

  • Host system (node) where the event occurred.

  • Application that caused the event.

  • Severity of the event.

  • The user responsible for solving the problem that caused the event, if assigned.

The information displayed by default is a small selection of the total information available about an event.

All changes you make to the Event Browser layout are automatically saved to your user account. The next time you log in, the Event Browser displays the latest events in accordance with the way you configured the Event Browser. For example, when you log in again, the last selected view and Event Browser tab are selected and reopened.

Selecting an event in the Event Browser displays the event's properties in the details pane, as long as the details pane is not hidden (toggle details pane by using the Show/Hide Event Details Pane Show/Hide Event Details Pane button). The details pane contains tabs that enable you to view and modify some aspects of the selected event (for example, event properties, annotations, custom attributes, instruction text, and priority).

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