In the Import Chart dialog, you can import charts containing subgroups and charts from other instances of NetWitness into the Chart Groups panel. Charts must be in a valid binary file that was exported from another NetWitness instance.
|Role||I want to ...||Documentation|
Configure Reporting Engine
For more information, see "Configure Reporting Engine" in the Reporting Engine Configuration Guide.
|Administrator/ Analyst||Configure a chart||Configure a Chart|
Schedule a chart
View a chart
|Administrator/ Analyst||Test a chart||Test a Chart|
|Administrator/ Analyst||Investigate a chart||Investigate a Chart|
|Administrator/ Analyst||Manage a chart group and chart*||Manage a Chart Group and Chart|
*You can complete these tasks here.
This dialog displays differently when you use it to import groups containing subgroups and charts from other instances of NetWitness into the Chart Groups panel.
The following figure is an example of the Import Chart dialog.
|1||Click Reports to view the Manage tab.|
|2||Click Charts to open the Chart view.|
In the Charts Groups panel, select a folder to import the file.
|4||In the Charts Groups panel or Charts toolbar, click > Import to import the file.|
The following table describes the features in the Import Chart dialog.
|Browse||Displays a view of the local file system so that you can select the chart to be imported.|
|Delete||Deletes an imported report from the list of imported charts.|
|File Name||Displays a list of chart files that will be imported to your Charts module when you click Import.|
|Overwrite?||Allows you to select the option to overwrite an existing version of the chart you are importing. If you do not select the Overwrite option, a duplicate file is imported and no error message is displayed.|
|Close||Closes the dialog. If you have charts to select for import, but have not clicked Import. The charts are not imported, and are not saved in this dialog.|
|Import||Imports the selected charts to your Charts module.|