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Browsing a Program in Detail

SFx Asset Management also enables you to drill down into the detailed view of a single program to analyze and troubleshoot its historical measurement data when a program error event occurs.

Use the following methods to dive into the detailed view of a single program:

  • Click Go To Program in an event notification email sent by SFx Asset Management.

  • Click the program card in Card View.

  • Click the program name in Table View.

  • Click the drop-down menu next to the program name in the Program Dashboard or program table and select Program Detail View.

Navigation Pane

Click the image2.png icon to collapse the Event Log and expand the navigation pane for quick program navigation. All discovered programs are listed in the navigation pane. Click any program to navigate to its detailed view.

Program Dashboard

The Program Dashboard only displays data of the current program. See Program Details for more information.

Event Log Pane

SFx Asset Management captures various types of real-time events occurring on any connected programs and archives all historical events in chronological order.

By default, the Event Log pane shows the events from all programs. When you go to the detailed view of a program, the Event Log pane only shows the events captured from the current program.

In the Event Log pane, all events are ranked by occurrence timestamp. The latest captured event always lists at the top. For each event, you can browse the event type, event description, and the corresponding program. You can click the hyperlink of the program name to enter the detailed view of the corresponding program and click the hyperlink of the asset name to enter the detailed view of the asset.

In addition, you can click the event icon, event title, or event description to browse event details in a pop-up dialog.

The image64.png icon indicates an event notification has been subscribed for the current program. You can click it to browse the notification configurations. See Notification Management for details.