Managing Dashboards
  • 12 Feb 2024
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Managing Dashboards

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Article Summary

Business scenario

Given below are two business scenarios for using the dashboard:

1. Top vendors of the Business Process

Consider a scenario where the user has a global property called SenderId. This property captures different vendor names in the business process.

Now, if a user wants to get the top vendors, then the user can configure the widget as shown below:

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2. Success/Failure rates of Business Process

Users can measure the success and failure rates for the business processes using a query like below:

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Create a Dashboard

  1. Navigate to Dashboard in a Business Process
  2. Click Add dashboard
  3. Enter a name to the dashboard
  4. Select the dashboard type from the available dropdown
  5. Add the desired widgets
  6. Click Save

Grouping by Transactions

  • Consider if the user requires a widget that displays the number of Transactions, grouped by the Transaction's name, a Top chart or a Multi-Time Series with the Group by Transaction option can be used.

The Group by Transaction can be set by the user as follows:

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Grouping by Status

  • Consider if the user requires a widget that displays the number of Transactions grouped by the Status of the Transactions, a Top chart or a Multi-Time Series with the Group by Status option can be used.

Grouping by Property

  • Consider if the user requires a widget that displays the number of transactions grouped by a Stage Property (or) a Global property, a Top chart, or a Multi-Time Series with the Group by Property option can be used.

  • The user must specify the Property that will be used to configure the widget.

Managing Dashboard widgets

  • The Dashboard widget configurations can be updated at any point in time with the help of the Edit option available in the context menu of each dashboard widget. The Delete option can be used to remove the dashboard widgets that are no longer required.

  • The Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) Dashboard widgets are simple to arrange and provide a straightforward user experience. The user may simply drag the widget to the desired location and resize it to fit in their layout.

Full-screen mode

  • The Dashboard can also be displayed in full screen mode so that users can stay up to date and focused on the metric status of their Azure resources.

Importing / Exporting a Dashboard

  • Users have the option of importing and exporting Dashboards in JSON format.

  • Users can import the JSON-format Dashboard file by clicking the Import button in the Dashboard section.

  • A Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) Dashboard can also be exported by clicking the Export button in the Dashboard section and giving the JSON file a Name.

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Actionable Dashboard

  • The Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) Dashboard has been improved to make it more user-friendly.

  • When a user clicks a specific widget in a Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) dashboard that is mapped to a Search Query, the user is navigated to the Tracking page.

  • The transactions are filtered based on the search query entered and the time frame selected in the Dashboard.

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