Reporting: Edit a Chart

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This topic provides instructions on how to edit charts in a group or sub-group. 

Prerequisites

Make sure you have understood the components of the Build Chart view. For more information, see Build Chart View.

Procedure

Perform the following steps to edit charts in a group or sub-group:

  1. In the Security Analytics menu, select Reports.
    The Manage tab is displayed.
  2. Click Charts.
    The Chart view is displayed.
  3. In the Chart List panel, do one of the following:
    • Double-click a chart or select a chart and click edit_button.png .
    • Select a chart and click  > Edit.
      The Build Chart view tab is displayed.
      edit_chart_tabbd_104.png
  4. Modify the name of the chart.
  5. For the Reporting Engine to collect the data and generate chart results, select the Enable checkbox.
  6. (Optional) In the Rule Basis field, do the following:
    1. Click Browse.
      The Add Rule dialog  is displayed.
    2. Navigate the Rule tree and select a rule.
    3. Click Select.
      The Rule appears in the Rule Basis field.
  7. Select the data source from the Data Source drop-down list.

Note: If the data source is not listed, then ensure you have Read permissions set for the data source. This is applicable for NWDB and Warehouse data source. For more information, see Configure Data Source Permissions topic in the Host and Services Configuration Guide.

  1. (Optional) To modify the Interval value, click the up or down arrows.
  2. Select the limit value to limit the number of records to be displayed.
  3. Click Save.
    A confirmation message that the chart is edited successfully is displayed.
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