Welcome
Welcome screen
The Welcome screen is the first screen you'll see when starting the program. The Welcome screen also acts as the gateway to the various sub sections of the application through the menu on the right side of the screen. Here you'll find access to Monitoring, History and Configuration sections.
Monitoring
Monitoring screen
The monitoring screen is divided into two sections, which allows you to monitor the active activities in the system (top part) as well as the currently scheduled events (bottom part).
Monitoring scheduled event
The bottom of the screen will show scheduled events based on the current activities.
A countdown below the icon will tell you when the event will be triggered.
Monitoring activities
The top half of the screen shows the current activities.
Activities are shown horizontally, starting with the event that triggered the activity, followed by any followup events within the activity that might have occured. If the latest event of the activity will show the expected followup events for the activity to continue. This is shown as a ring of smaller icons around the event icon.
Hovering the mouse over an event will present you with some extra information, including the time the event happened.
Configuration
Configuration Screen
The configuration screen allows you to configure the system.
Select the part of the system you want to configure from the configuration menu on the right side, doing so will present you with the configuration options for that part on the left side of the screen.
Modules configuration
The system is a modular system, which allows multiple implementations to be available. This enables you to select which module should be used. For instance which analysis model should be used to detect patterns etc.
Select the module you want to change implementation for in the top dropdown box, and select the implementation for that module in the bottom dropdown box.
Persistance configuration
The standard module for persistance uses MySQL for data storage, this section allows you to enter the necessary information to connect to the MySQL server.
Enter the hostname, port number (default is 3306), database name, and login credentials in the dedicated boxes and click the Ok button. If the information is correct and a connection can be established, the mysql configurations section will close.
ZCommand configuration
The standard module for hardware uses ZCommand to communicate with the hardware, this section allows you to enter the necessary information to connect to the MySQL server.
Enter the hostname, port number (default is 26262), and login credentials in the dedicated boxes and click the Ok button. If the information is correct and a connection can be established, the ZCommand configurations section will close.