The Impact View displays the interactive Service Impact graph of a service model and provides several views and tools.
- Aspect views: Availability, Performance
- Use aspect views to display and filter on availability or performance states in the graph.
- To access filter controls, right-click and choose Toggle Filters. After choosing states, click Filter.
- In the Availability view, use filter controls to choose nodes
by the following availability states:
- In the Performance view, use filter controls to choose nodes by
the following performance states:
- Specify a string to select nodes that contain the string in their names.
- To increase or decrease the size of tiles in the graph, use the mouse wheel or drag the Zoom control in the upper right corner of the view.
- Node tools
- To see a summary of a node in a Service Impact graph, hover the pointer over
its tile. Summary information includes the node name, availability state, performance
status, production status, and type.
To display the following menu options for a node, position the pointer over it and right-click:
- Toggle Children
- Hide or display the node's child and descendent nodes.
- Edit Impact Policies
- Display the Impact Policies dialog box. See Impact Policies dialog box.
- Graph and filter tools
To display the following Impact View menu options, position the pointer in the primary view area and right-click:
- Fit Graph to Window
- Adjust the size of the graph so that its dimensions match the display area.
- Show All
- Display all nodes in the graph, including those that are automatically added by ZenPacks.
- Collapse All
- Display only the top-level node of the graph.
- Compact View
- Display only the service model members that you have manually added and the immediate children of a service or service group.
- Toggle Rainbows
- Display colored tabs at the right edge of the node, indicating the number of critical, error, and warning events associated with the node.
- Toggle Filter
- Hide or display the filter controls.
- Export Graph Image
- Creates a file of the graph image with the default name graph.png.