In the Investigate dialog, analysts can select a service or a collection to investigate.
The dialog is automatically displayed when you first go to the Navigate or Events view and have not selected a default service to investigate. To access the dialog from a current investigation, select the current service name in the toolbar.
The Investigate dialog has two tabs: Services and Collections.
Note: Collections are also known as workbench collections. You can only view workbench collections that you have created, and only administrators can create a workbench collection.
The Services tab includes a list of services available for investigation, and three buttons. All features are described in the following table.
|Default Service||Clicking this button sets or clears the default service to investigate. When a service has been set as the default service, the word (Default) is appended to the service name.|
|Name||The name of the service.|
|Address||The IP address of the service.|
|Type||The type of service.|
|Cancel||Closes the dialog.|
|Navigate||Opens the selected service in the Navigate or Events view.|
The Collections tab has two buttons and two panels: Workbench and Collections.
The Workbench panel lists available Workbench services. Once a Workbench service is selected, you can select a collection from the Collections panel.
The following table describes the features of the Workbench panel.
|Name||The name of the Workbench service.|
The Collections panel lists available collections to investigate. Once a collection is selected, you can click Navigate to view the collection.
The following table describes the features of the Collections panel.
|Name||The name of the collection.|
|Type||The type of collection.|
|Size||The size of the collection.|
|Data Type||The type of data within the collection.|
|Date Created||The date the collection was created.|