This chart provides key information about the total AFX connectors within your enviroment. The chart uses data found in: avuser.PV_TELEMETRY_DATA. This means the data is always 1 day behind.
The goal of this chart is to understand how many connectors are within your RSA IGL deployment.
The chart can be used by admins to help understand application connectors and effort completed by the admin teams.
This is how you can configure the chart, so it is useful for how you wish to view the data
You MUST ensure you use a single quote ', either side of the value, for this to work properly in the RSA IGL Chart UI.Please copy and paste these values exactly as shown below to change the chart:
However, when testing this in SQL Developer, the single quote ' is NOT required.
We strongly recommend you do not specify too many values for "TotalDataPoints" otherwise it will not display well
First test this in your query tool (SQLDeveloper, Toad etc..)
select * from
TO_CHAR(Tdates.dates, DECODE(trim( :GROUPING ) , 'Daily', 'YYYY-Mon-DD', 'Weekly', 'YYYY - "Week "WW', 'Monthly', 'YYYY - Month', 'Quarterly', 'YYYY - "Q"Q', 'Yearly', 'YYYY')) StartTime,
Use count(t1.value) to count the number of rows based on your filters
Use max(t1.value) to get the maximum value on the specific date
Use sum(t1.value) to get the collective total of values on the specific date
nvl(max(td.value), 0) VALUE
/* if using avuser.PV_TELEMETRY_DATA then change sysdate to be sysdate-1. This is beacuse telemetry is calculated 1 day later */
WHEN :GROUPING = 'Daily' THEN trunc(sysdate-1, 'DD') - (LEVEL-1)
WHEN :GROUPING = 'Weekly' THEN trunc(sysdate-1, 'D') - (7 * (LEVEL-1))
WHEN :GROUPING = 'Monthly' THEN ADD_MONTHS(trunc(sysdate-1, 'MM'),-1 *(LEVEL-1))
WHEN :GROUPING = 'Quarterly' THEN ADD_MONTHS(trunc(sysdate-1, 'Q'),-3 *(LEVEL-1))
WHEN :GROUPING = 'Yearly' THEN ADD_MONTHS(trunc(sysdate-1, 'Y'),-12 *(LEVEL-1))
LEVEL <= :TotalDataPoints
LEFT JOIN avuser.PV_TELEMETRY_DATA td
on td.CATEGORY = 'afx'
AND td.NAME =('connectors.total')
Use = to get values at the exact dates.
Use <= to get values on or before the exact date
AND trunc(td."DAY", DECODE(:GROUPING ,'Daily','DD','Weekly','D','Monthly','MM','Quarterly','Q','Yearly','Y')) = Tdates.dates
GROUP BY Tdates.dates
ORDER BY Tdates.dates ASC
Example of the results:
If you get an error at this stage, please test your SQL in a Query tool, like "SQL Developer" or "SQL Squirrel" to ensure it works first.
If it still doesn't work, please share your SQL and a screen shot of the issue below. DO NOT contact RSA Support
There are MANY other "display attributes" you can play with on this screen, so please update and make changes as you see fit.