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1 Titlepage Event Log User Guide Document 2583 Network Management

2 Copyright Notice Document Copyright May 2000 by Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the United States government is subject to the restrictions set forth in DFARS (c)(1)(ii) and FAR Liability Disclaimer Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. ( Aprisma ) reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice. In all cases, the reader should contact Aprisma to inquire if any changes have been made. The hardware, firmware, or software described in this manual is subject to change without notice. IN NO EVENT SHALL APRISMA, ITS EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AGENTS, OR AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS) ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THIS MANUAL OR THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN IT, EVEN IF APRISMA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF, HAS KNOWN, OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN, THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Trademark, Service Mark, and Logo Information SPECTRUM, IMT, and the SPECTRUM IMT/VNM logo are registered trademarks of Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., or its affiliates. APRISMA, APRISMA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES, the APRISMA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES logo, MANAGE WHAT MATTERS, DCM, VNM, SpectroGRAPH, SpectroSERVER, Inductive Modeling Technology, Device Communications Manager, SPECTRUM Security Manager, and Virtual Network Machine are unregistered trademarks of Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., or its affiliates. For a complete list of Aprisma trademarks, service marks, and trade names, go to All referenced trademarks, service marks, and trade names identified in this document, whether registered or unregistered, are the intellectual property of their respective owners. No rights are granted by Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., to use such marks, whether by implication, estoppel, or otherwise. If you have comments or concerns about trademark or copyright references, please send an to we will do our best to help. Event Log User Guide Page 2

3 Restricted Rights Notice (Applicable to licenses to the United States government only.) This software and/or user documentation is/are provided with RESTRICTED AND LIMITED RIGHTS. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the government is subject to restrictions as set forth in FAR (June 1987) Alternate III(g)(3) (June 1987), FAR (June 1987), or DFARS (c)(1)(ii) (June 1988), and/or in similar or successor clauses in the FAR or DFARS, or in the DOD or NASA FAR Supplement, as applicable. Contractor/manufacturer is Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. In the event the government seeks to obtain the software pursuant to standard commercial practice, this software agreement, instead of the noted regulatory clauses, shall control the terms of the government's license. Virus Disclaimer Aprisma makes no representations or warranties to the effect that the licensed software is virusfree. Aprisma has tested its software with current virus-checking technologies. However, because no antivirus system is 100 percent effective, we strongly recommend that you write-protect the licensed software and verify (with an antivirus system in which you have confidence) that the licensed software, prior to installation, is virus-free. Contact Information Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. 273 Corporate Drive Portsmouth, NH Phone: U.S. toll-free: Web site: Event Log User Guide Page 3

4 Contents Introduction 5 Operating the Event Log via a Remote VNM...5 Installing Only the Event Log...6 Starting the Event Log from SpectroGRAPH...6 Viewing Events with the Event Log 9 Event Log Main Window...9 Event Information Panel...11 Event List Panel...13 Filter/Search Panel...13 Event Log Menus...14 Event Log Tool bar...18 Dialog Buttons...20 Event Paging Scheme...20 Filtering Events...22 Sorting Events...23 Column Order...25 Setting Preferences...26 Index 30 Event Log User s Guide Page 4

5 Introduction This section describes how to use Event Log in conjunction with SpectroGRAPH and as a standalone application. Event Log is a fault isolation tool that allows network administrators access to the database of all archived events associated with a single landscape. Event Log provides the following: Viewing of archived events by a user defined range, or by the most current range of events across a single landscape. Three tier sorting of events. Sort fields include: model name, model type name, event code, user name, date and time, and event message. Advance filtering mechanism that allows for precise filter of events. Context-sensitive help and online documentation. Display to allow viewing of a user defined range of events. Print mechanism to make a hard copy of the Event Log. The ability to access and display archived events. Operating the Event Log via a Remote VNM The Event Log can be run from your local SPECTRUM directory with SpectroSERVER and SpectroGRAPH installed on your local drive, or in a standalone mode using a remote SpectroSERVER. If you install the Event Log locally and use it in a standalone mode, use command line instructions to set the proper environment variables to start the application. Event Log User s Guide Page 5

6 Introduction Installing Only the Event Log Starting the Event Log from SpectroGRAPH To install only the Event Log, use the normal install process described in the SPECTRUM Installation Guide. In this case, you would enter the install.cd command and enter an extraction key containing only the Event Log. Note that under this scenario, the Select all SpectroSERVER components and Select all SpectroGRAPH components options in the Installation Configuration window will be grayed out, and only the Select all external applications option will be available. Starting the Event Log from SpectroGRAPH To access the Event Log from SpectroGRAPH, select Tools > Event Log (see Figure 1). This will display events for the local landscape SpectroGRAPH is connected to. Figure 1: Starting the Event Log from SpectroGRAPH File View Tools Bookmark Options... Alarm Manager AR System Filtering Auto Discovery Client View Data Export Event Log MIB Tools MALT Reports SANM Policy Administrator Search Manager User Editor To access the Event Log from the Toolbar, select the Event Log icon (see Figure 2). Event Log User s Guide Page 6

7 Introduction Figure 2: Accessing the Event Log from the Toolbar Event Log Icon To access the Event Log for a Landscape model, right-click on the Landscape icon and then select Landscape Events (see Figure 3). This will display events for that landscape only. Figure 3: Accessing the Event Log from a Landscape Model Model Name Landscape Close Window Navigate Model Alarms Performance Notes... Utilities Zoom Landscape Alarms Landscape Events Acknowledge Flash Green Enabled Configuration Model Information User Editor Topology Location Org-Chart/Services Event Log User s Guide Page 7

8 Introduction To access the Event View for a specific model, right-click on the model icon and then select Model Events (see Figure 4). This will bring up the Event Log against the selected model, and will display any events that are on that model. If the selected model is a container model (LAN_802_3, IPClassB, etc.), all events on devices contained within the container model will also be displayed. Figure 4: Accessing the Event Log from a Device Model Close Window Navigate Model Alarms Performance Notes... Utilities Zoom Device DevTop Application Chassis Applications Acknowledge Flash Green Enabled Configuration Model Information Primary Application Attribute Browser Model Events Applications... Enterprise ConfigManager Watch Editor WatchManager MIBTools Ping Telnet Event Log User s Guide Page 8

9 Viewing Events with the Event Log This chapter describes the Event Log main window and how to use the application s features to manage events. Event Log Main Window The main Event Log window is composed of the following three panels: Event Information Panel on Page 11 displays detailed information on the selected event. Event List Panel on Page 13 displays a list of current, non-filtered events. Filter/Search Panel on Page 13 filters or searches the list for specific data by column category. When an event occurs, it is added to the list of events in the Event List Panel of the Main window (if it does not match the filtering criteria). The related event information is recorded in the Event Log. Highlight an event in any row of the Event List Panel to display information for that event in the Event Information Panel (see Figure 6 on Page 11). When Event Log is launched against a specific model from the Icon Subviews menu (see Application Scope on Page 15), the most recent events for that model are displayed first in the Event List Panel. Shrinking the Main Window When the main window is shrunk or compressed, menu items still appear. However, toolbar icons become accessible through a new button which appears with right-pointing arrows (see Figure 5). Event Log User s Guide Page 9

10 Figure 5: Example of Compressed Window Event Log: Main File View Model Event Options Help Filter Sort Order Message Ping Telnet MIB Tools What s This? Connection Status The Connection Status dialog box is accessed by clicking the Servers button which is located at the bottom right corner of the Main window. This displays connection status and type of service of all servers accessible by the application. Possible types of services are, Events, Alarms, Landscape, and View. The color of the status icon indicates the condition of the connection. Color-coded conditions include, green (complete service), yellow (degraded service), and red (total loss of service). Event Log User s Guide Page 10

11 Figure 6: Event Log Main Window File View Model Event Options Help Event Log: Main Event Information Panel Filter Sort Order Message Ping Telnet MIB A SNMP2 Agent MIB Tools What s This? System Event Message* Extra Data* Location* Device Notes System Name Network Address IP Address Description Contact Location Start End Length Apply Event Page Time Tue 15 Aug : 28: 00 Tue 15 Aug : 58: 00 Reset : 30 : 00 Display Current Page of Events Date/Time Model Name Model Type Event Code User Name Event List Panel Filter and Search Panel Search Shown Filtered by: Date/Time. Prev Next Displayed 60 of 60 Servers Event Information Panel The Event Information Panel displays the following information about the selected event in the Event List. Field Device Icon System Tab Description The icon for the device or application associated with the event (if applicable). The right mouse button activates the icon s drop-down menu from anywhere in the view. Displays several fields of detailed system information. These are described below. Event Log User s Guide Page 11

12 - System Name The full domain name of the managed node. For example, in "generic" is the name of the managed node (the network device on which the SNMP agent is running), and "company.com" is the domain name. This value will be empty if the device is unreachable. - Network Address The address SPECTRUM is using to talk to the device's SNMP agent. - IP Address The port address of the interface. This information is only available on interface ports. - Description A written description of the network entity, i.e., the device SPECTRUM is talking to and managing, including system hardware type, and operating and network software. - Contact The person to contact when device problems occur. This is specified when the device is created and can be modified in certain SpectroGRAPH views. - Location The physical location of the device generating the alarm, e.g., "Facility B, second floor.". Event Message Tab Extra Data Tab Location Tab Device Notes Tab Event Page Time Displays the complete event message that corresponds with the event highlighted in the Event List. Displays all hidden event data fields for the selected event entry. Displays location information for the selected model in SPECTRUM s hierarchical format of physical, topological, and/or organizational locations. Allows you to enter notes for a device. The Device Notes tab allows you to enter notes for the model. Click in the Device Notes box, type a string, and hit OK. Shows the time range (starting and ending date and time) for events currently displayed in the Event List. Event Log User s Guide Page 12

13 Event List Panel The Event List Panel displays a scrollable list of all events that fit the current filtering and sorting criteria. Field Date/Time Model Name Model Type Event Code User Name Description Displays the date and time that the event occurred. Displays the model name of the device or application that generated the event. Displays the model type of the device or application that generated the event. Displays the Event Code of the event. Displays the User Name associated with the event. Filter/Search Panel Below the Event List s scroll bar is the local Filter/Search area. This area displays four buttons and a text field that are used for local filtering and searching of events in the event list. Button Filter/Search Shown Prev Next Description Toggles between the Filter and Search options. Select a column category from the Column Choice box at right, then type a string into the text box. Displays a pop-up menu where you can choose what column to filter or search on in the list, then type a string into the text box at right. The default setting is Shown which filters or searches all visible columns for a match. Searches for the previous entry matching the text you searched for. Searches for the next entry matching the text you searched for. Event Log User s Guide Page 13

14 Event Log Menus The options that are available from the Event Log menus are described in the following paragraphs. File This menu allows you to mail selected items, print and exit from the Event Log. Mail Selected Items... Print Close Opens the Mail Selected Items dialog box, which enables you to send the alarm information contained in the Alarm Information Panel to the specified recipient(s). Page Setup - Displays a dialog where you can set printing and page setup options. Window - Displays a dialog from which you can print the Event Log window. Print Selected - Prints a selected event or events. Print All - Prints all events. Print to Text File - Displays the Print to Text File dialog box. To print to a text file: Select the data you wish to print. Choose to save the selected data in either Tabular or Non Tabular format (choose tabular format to create a file to import into a spreadsheet). Enter the path and filename for the text file and click OK to save. Exits the Event Log. View This menu allows you to change the appearance of the Main window. Show Toolbar Show Toolbar Labels Toggles on and off the toolbar at the top of the Information panel Toggles on and off the toolbar labels beneath each toolbar icon Event Log User s Guide Page 14

15 Show Tool Tips Show Status Help Application Scope Connection Status Show Filter/Search Panel Show Event Information Page Up Page Down Toggles on and off the toolbar icon descriptions Toggles on and off status help in the status bar This is only available if Event Log was brought up against a specific model through the Icon Subviews menu. (This dialog box can also be accessed by clicking the Application Scope icon in the bottom right corner of the Event Log window.) Displays the Connection Status dialog box, which shows the connection status and type of service of all servers accessible by Event Log. (This dialog box can also be accessed by clicking the Servers icon in the bottom right corner of the EAM window.) The color of the status icon indicates the condition of the connection. Color-coded conditions include, green (complete service), yellow (degraded service), and red (total loss of service). Toggles on and off the Filter/Search buttons and their associated text boxes Toggles on and off the Event Information panel at the top of the Event Log window Pages backward in time by one page time length. The Page Time Length is set in the Options > Preferences tab. See Event Paging Scheme (Page 20) for more information. Pages forward in time by one page time length. The Page Time Length is set in the Options > Preferences tab. See Event Paging Scheme (Page 20) for more information. Event Log User s Guide Page 15

16 Page to Latest Filter Sort Column Order Displays the most current events page in the Event List. See Event Paging Scheme (Page 20) for more information. Displays the Filter dialog where you can select which events to display or hide in the event list using four configuration panels: Model Type, Model, Event Code, and User Name. Displays the Sort dialog, where you can choose three columns that the event list will be sorted by, and specify, for each of those columns, whether the sort order is ascending or descending. The initial setting of the Event Log has the Date/Time column as the first column sorted, with its sort order as ascending so that the most current events are displayed at the bottom of the event list, and the least current events at the top. Displays the Column Order dialog, where you can select which columns to show or hide in the event list, and arrange the order, left to right, in which they appear. The default order is: Date/Time, Model Name, Model Type, Event Code, User Name. Model Options in this menu are described in more detail in the SPECTRUM Menus document. The following options are only enabled if a model is selected. Additional options may appear based on the model type. Navigate Model Alarms Performance Provides access to a Topology view higher or lower in the topology hierarchy. Opens the Alarm Manager. Opens the Performance View. Event Log User s Guide Page 16

17 Notes Various SpectroGRAPH menu selections Information Acknowledge Opens a Notes dialog. Enter messages that may be useful to users of this model. These menu choices vary depending on the selected model. Most of these views can only be accessed if SpectroGRAPH is running (Notes and Acknowledge menu picks can be accessed without SpectroGRAPH). Note that this same menu (the Icon Subviews menu) can be accessed by a right-click from anywhere within Event Log window and differs from the Model menu only by having a Close Window selection which, if selected, closes Event Log. Opens the Model Information view. Acknowledges a status change for an icon. Stops flashing color. Event This menu provides one selection that allows you to create a text message for an event. Options This menu lets you customize certain aspects of the Event Log main window. Preferences Displays the Preferences dialog box where you can set/save preferences for customizing Event Log to best suit your needs. Clear User Preferences This clears all user changes, including filter, sort, column order, and preference changes. Clear Group Preferences This clears all group preferences, including filter, sort, column order, and preference changes. This option only appears if the user currently logged in is part of a group and has ADMIN privileges for that group. See Security and User Maintenance (2602) for more information. Event Log User s Guide Page 17

18 Help This menu provides selections that allow you to access information about using the Event Log. What s This About Event Log OnLine Manuals? Activates the What s This? help mode, indicated by a question mark added to the cursor. While in this mode, click on an area of the screen or a toolbar button to get help on that item. Displays a dialog that provides application version and copyright information. Accesses SPECTRUM On-Line documentation. If you do not have the drive mapped to access these documents, then you will be prompted to insert the CD. Event Log Tool bar The tool bar below the Menu allows you to access menu choices quickly by clicking on an icon. Tip: When the cursor is placed on top of a tool bar icon, pop-up text identifying the tool is displayed. Further descriptive text is provided when the What s This? help option is selected and the toolbar button is clicked. Mail button Filter dialog button Opens the Mail Selected Items dialog box, which enables you to mail event information to the specified recipient(s). Displays the Filter dialog where you can select which events to display or hide in the event list. Uses four configuration panels: Model Type, Event Code, Model Name, and User Name. Event Log User s Guide Page 18

19 Sort dialog button Order dialog button Message Ping Telnet Displays the Sort dialog, where you can choose three columns by which the event list will be sorted. Then specify each of those columns, and whether the sort order is ascending or descending. The initial setting of the Event Log has the Date/Time column as the first column sorted, with its sort order as ascending so that the most current events are displayed at the top of the event list, and the least current events are at the bottom. Displays the Column Order dialog, where you can select which columns to show or hide in the event list, and arrange the order, left to right, in which they appear. The default order is: Date/Time, Model Name, Model Type, Event Code, User Name. Displays the Event Message Entry dialog, where you can create an event that is a message. The resulting event message is created on the User model for the current user. The event that generates this event message has an event code of 0x To find the event message, sort by Date/Time and scroll down to the bottom of the Event List Panel. The event message you just created should be available. Issues a ping command to the selected device. The results will appear in a separate window on the screen. This option is only enabled if a model is selected. Opens a telnet session in a separate window on the screen. This option is only enabled if a model is selected. Event Log User s Guide Page 19

20 Event Paging Scheme MibTools What s This? button? Utilities that let you access and manage an SNMP compliant device through its MIBs. Refer to the JMib Tools User s Guide for more information. Changes the cursor to a question mark which, when clicked on any area of the Event Log window, displays a short description of the selected area. Dialog Buttons Each Event Log dialog provides all or some of the following buttons. OK Cancel Reset All Clear All What s This? button? Sets your new filter parameters and closes the dialog. Closes the dialog without any changes in the filter settings. Resets the filter selections to the default parameters, and leaves the dialog open. Clears all filters, and leaves the dialog open. If you click OK, all alarms in the network will be displayed. Changes the cursor to a question mark which, when clicked on any area of the Event Log window, displays a short description of the selected area. Event Paging Scheme Events are separated into date and time ranged segments. These segments are referred to as pages and are the basis of how events are viewed in the Event Log. Each page consists of only the events that have occurred within that range of time. The Event Page Time Panel (see Figure 7) in the main window shows the event time range (starting and Event Log User s Guide Page 20

21 ending date and time) that is currently displayed in the Event List. By default, this range of time is 30 minutes and can be changed by the user. Only a single event page can be viewed at one time. The ability to view other event pages is provided under the View drop-down menu pick or through the Event Page Time Panel shown below. The Event Page Time panel allows you to set the start, end, and range for the event you request. Figure 7: Event Page Time Panel The Event Page Time Panel includes the following display options: Start shows the starting date and time of the currently displayed page of events. The page can be changed by highlighting an area and using the + or - buttons or by entering a valid date and time in the text field. End shows the ending date and time of the currently displayed page of events. The page can be changed by highlighting an area and using the + or - buttons or by entering a valid date and time in the text field. Length shows the length of time (days+hours:minutes:seconds) currently displayed in the Event List. Apply requests the event data for the specified time range entered to display in the Event List. Reset resets all time entries to the last valid time entries. Event Log User s Guide Page 21

22 Filtering Events Page Up pages backward in time by one page time length. Page Down pages forward in time by one page time length. Display Current Page of Events enables or disables the viewing of the most current events. When you disengage this button, the Start and End dates as well as the Length field's background color remains the same. The background color should change to indicate the field is editable. Clicking + allows you to increase the start/end/length periods. Clicking - allows you to decrease the start/end/length periods. Filtering Events You can establish the criteria by which a list of events is displayed by setting filters. These filtering subsets make it possible for you to customize your Event Log application to display events appropriate to your networking needs. Only those events that meet all filtering criteria set by the user are displayed. The Filter dialog displays four tabbed pages for setting various types of event filters. The options available with each filter are retrieved from the database that is being used to model your network. Click the Make Changes Permanent button to permanently save any filtering criteria that was changed. Note: The filtered information will not be available until the Filter dialog box is reopened and the desired models are moved back to the show column. To filter events select View > Filter from the menu bar or click the Filter toolbar button (see Figure 8). Select the desired filter by clicking on the tab. Possible filter options are: Event Log User s Guide Page 22

23 Sorting Events Model Type Model Event Code User Name Selecting the Advanced button displays the Advanced Filter area which allows you to create advanced filters. An advanced filter consists of two or more filters OR-ed together. Figure 8: Event Log: Filter Sorting Events You can sort the Event Log by column category (Model Type, Model, Event Code, User Name). You can sort on up to three columns, in ascending or descending order. Sorting models can be done from the Sort dialog box or by column header. Event Log User s Guide Page 23

24 To access the Sort dialog, select View > Sort, or click the Sort toolbar icon (see Figure 9). Figure 9: Event Log: Sort Primary Sort Secondary Sort Tertiary Sort You can sort on only those columns that currently appear in the search results list. The possible headings can be viewed by clicking here. Select Ascending or Descending order here. The Sort By selection sets the primary sort by which the entire list is sorted. The two Then By selections set the secondary and tertiary sort order for the Search Results list. If you want to sort by one category, select one primary sort and select None from the secondary and tertiary sorts. Models from the primary, secondary, and tertiary sorts are initially found and then displayed in either ascending or descending order. Attribute Type Date/Time Event Code Event Message Model Name Model Type User Name None Allows You to Sort By The date/time that the event occurred. The numeric code generated by the event. The message generated by the event. The model name as assigned by the user. The type of model. The user s name who created the model. No category selected. Event Log User s Guide Page 24

25 Column Order Column Order You can select which columns to show or hide in the Event List, and arrange the order, left to right, in which they appear through the Column Order dialog. To access the Column Order dialog, select View > Column Order or click the Order toolbar icon (see Figure 10). Figure 10: Event Log: Column Order Clicking this moves all Shown headings to the Hidden side. Clicking this moves all Hidden headings to the Shown Order side. To change the column order displayed in the Main Window s Event List: 1 Select View > Column Order or click the Order toolbar icon. 2 Use the left and right arrow buttons to move selected column headings to the Hidden or Shown Order list. 3 Use the up and down arrow buttons to set the order in which columns will be displayed (top to bottom is left to right when the columns are displayed). Event Log User s Guide Page 25

26 Setting Preferences 4 Click OK to save your changes to the Event List. Columns can also be ordered by clicking and dragging the header of a column in the Event List Panel to the desired column position. The dragged column will be inserted to the left of the column where the cursor is located when the mouse button is released. Setting Preferences You can change the settings of the Event Log to best suit your needs by using the Application Preferences dialog box to customize and save preference settings. When you save the changes by using the Make Changes Permanent button this will provide consistency from one run of Event Log to another. You access the dialog box by selecting Options > Preferences from the menu bar (see Figure 11). Figure 11: Event Log: Preferences Event Log User s Guide Page 26

27 The fields for the three tabbed pages are described below. Default settings are shown in parentheses in the first column; a raised button signifies deselected, and a recessed button signifies selected. To clear all Preference changes and return to the default settings, you can click either the Defaults button or select Options > Clear User Preferences. To clear all Preference changes for a Group and return to the default settings, select Options > Clear Group Preferences. This option is only available if the user is part of the group and has ADMIN privileges for that group. The Connection preference page fields are: Connection Confirmation Interval (60000 ms/60 seconds) Connection Confirmation Timeout (30000 ms/30 seconds) Connection Retry Timeout (20000 ms) Connection Time Limit (5000 ms) Disable Queue Send (selected) Initial Landscape (Server...) Mail Queue Size (512) The number of milliseconds between requests to the server asking if it is still responding. The number of milliseconds to wait for an answer from the server confirming it is still responding. Time for the client to wait for SpectroSERVER to establish the initial connection before returning an error. The time limit for connecting to the server before the connection attempt is aborted. Disables queue to send request to the SpectroSERVER. The initial landscape that Event Log will connect to. Select the desired server from the list displayed when you click the Server... button. The port and the landscape name are displayed in the field. Maximum number of outstanding Mail Service requests that an application can make. Event Log User s Guide Page 27

28 Mail Response Timeout ( ms) Max Send Batch Size (512) Route Message Timeout (1000 ms) Show SpectroSERVER Selection Dialog at Startup (selected) Minimum time, in milliseconds, Mail Service waits for response from SpectroSERVER before request is canceled. Maximum number of requests that are batched together. Time (in milliseconds) to wait for landscape update before canceling requests that cannot be routed. If selected, the SpectroSERVER Selection Dialog is shown at startup time. The Display preference page fields are: Display Current Events (selected) Display Current Interval (10 seconds) Enable Sort from Column Headers (selected) Filter/Search Delay (500 milliseconds) Iconify At Startup (deselected) Determines if the current event page is displayed. The time, in seconds, between updates of currently displayed events in the Event List. If selected, the column headers can be sorted. The number of milliseconds that comprise the filter/search delay. If selected, the main window is iconified at startup. Maximum Events (5000) The maximum number of events that can be shown in the Event List. This number can not be set higher than Page Time Length (1800) The number of seconds that comprise the time in the event page. Event Log User s Guide Page 28

29 Save Settings at Exit (selected) Show No Events Message (selected) Table Column Header Font (button) Saves all the settings upon exiting out of the dialog. Determines if the No Event Message dialog is displayed when an event page of time has no events. Brings up a window to select the font to display the Event List s column headers in. Table Data Font (button) Brings up a window to select the font to display the Event List s data in. Visible Rows (15) Indicates the number of rows to display in the Event List. The Filter preference tab setting is: Maximum Model Filter Requests (1000) The maximum number of models to filter by. Event Log User s Guide Page 29

30 Index A About Event Log 18 Accessing AM and EAM within SPECTRUM 6 Acknowledge 17 Alarms 16 Application Scope 15 Apply 21 C Cancel 20 Clear All 20 Clear Group Preferences 17 Clear User Preferences 17 Column Order 16, 25 Connection Confirmation Interval 27 Connection Confirmation Timeout 27 Connection Preferences Initial Landscape 27 Connection Retry Timeout 27 Connection Status 15 Connection Time Limit 27 Contact 12 D Date/Time 13, 24 Defaults button 27 Description 12 Device Icon 11 Device Notes 12 Dialog Buttons 20 Disable Queue Send 27 Display Current Events 28 Display Current Interval 28 Display Current Page of Events 22 E Enable Sort from Column Headers 28 End 21 Event 17 Event Code 13, 24 Event Information Panel 11 Event List Panel 13 Event Log Preferences 26 Event Log Main Window 9 Event Log Menus 14 Event Log Toolbar 18 Event Message 12, 24 Event Page Time 12 Event Page Time Panel 21 Event Paging Scheme 20 Exit 14 Extra Data 12 F File menu 14 Filter 16 Filter/Search 13 Filter/Search Delay 28 Event Log User s Guide Page 30

31 Index Index Filter/Search Panel 13 Filtering Events 22 H Help MENU 18 I Icon Subviews menu 17 Iconify At Startup 28 Information 17 install.cd 6 Installing Only the Event Log 6 IP Address 12 L Length 21 Location 12 M Mail Queue Size 27 Mail Response Timeout 28 Mail Selected Items 14 Max Send Batch Size 28 Maximum Events 28 Maximum Model Filter Requests 29 Model 10 Model Name 13, 24 Model Type 13, 24 N Navigate 16 Network Address 12 Next 13 None 24 Notes 17 O OK 20 OnLine Manuals 18 Operating the Event Log via a Remote VNM 5 Options 17 P Page Down 15, 22 Page Time Length 28 Page to Latest 16 Page Up 15, 22 Performance 16 Preference settings Connection 27 Display 28 Preferences 17 Prev 13 Print 14 R Reset 21 Reset All 20 Route Message Timeout 28 Event Log User s Guide Page 31

32 Index Index S Save Settings at Exit 29 Setting Preferences 26 Show Alarm Information 15 Show Filter/Search Panel 15 Show No Events Message 29 Show SpectroSERVER Selection Dialog at Startup 28 Show Status Help 15 Shown 13 Sort 16 Sorting Events 23 SpectroGRAPH 17 SPECTRUM Menu 16 Start 21 System Name 12 System tab 11 V Visible Rows 29 T Table Column Header Font 29 Table Data Font 29 Tool Bar Icons Column Order 19 Filter 18 Mail 18 Sort 19 Tool Tips 15 Toolbar 6, 14 Toolbar Labels 14 U User Name 13, 24 Event Log User s Guide Page 32

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