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Incident Console Dashboard

 GitHub: uptimesoftware/incident-console-dashboard
Tags : plugin incidents
Category: dashboard

Version Compatibility
Module Name
Uptime Monitoring Station Version
Incident Console Dashboard 1.27.2 Windows/Linux
Incident Console Dashboard 1.17.1 Windows
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Incident Console Dashboard 1.2

Incident Console Dashboard 1.1

Information Table
Description: This dashboard allows users to visualize how many elements are current in the various states. Features include: * aggregated view of elements and alerts from one or more monitoring stations * smart grouping of elements based on the element's type * view the elements that make up of the smart group by mouse hover * easily access an element's status page by clicking on links in the tooltip * instantly filter alerts in the monitor status table by clicking on the bar
Supported Monitoring Stations:7.2 Windows/Linux, 7.1 Windows
Supported Agents:None; no agent required
Installation Notes:

Install using the Uptime Plugin Manager The Uptime Controller is needed for this dashboard. Please read this example on how to configure it.

After the Plugin Manager finishes installing the dashboard, execute the following steps to add a tab in Uptime:

  1. On the system where Uptime is installed, open the following file for edit:

[Uptime_root_dir]/GUI/incidentConsole/lib/main.js

  1. At the top of the file, change/add the values of the variables so that the dashboard can connect to the Uptime API. NOTE: currently the password cannot contain special characters. If your password contains special characters, either change the password or setup a read-only user that does not have special characters in the password.

  2. Verify if the dashboard works by going to the following URL in a browser:

http://[Uptime_host]:[Uptime_port]/incidentConsole

  1. Login to the monitoring station UI

  2. Click on the “Config” button at the top

  3. Click on “Uptime Configuration” on the left

  4. Paste the following into the configuration text box:

myportal.custom.tab2.enabled=true myportal.custom.tab2.name=Incidents myportal.custom.tab2.URL=/incidentConsole/

Depending on how many custom tabs you already have in My Portal, you might need to change “tab2” to an appropriate value.

  1. Click the “Update” button

  2. You should now see a new tab in My Portal

Note: IE sometimes goes into quirks mode which cause the dashboard to fail. Either force IE to disable quirks mode or use another browser such as Google Chrome.

Dependencies:

PHP libCurl, Uptime Controller

Input Variables:
    Output Variables:
      Languages Used:
      • PHP
      • Others

      Notes:

      Sample screen shot

      October 7, 2013 |

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