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Chart Types

Each report is comprised of one or more rows, with one or more charts in a row. A single row can contain up to four charts.


Multiple rows are included in a report. A report can include up to 15 rows.

There are different chart types that you can use in a report. They are organized into categories:


Chart Categories


Used to compare entity groupings and metrics, report on  entity properties, and show basic text information in a chart.

Top N

Used to view a single metric trend for a group of entities.


Compares an entity-metric binding over time or compares two different metrics for a single entity.

SLA Status

Identifies problems using data that is averaged out. Useful for tracking SLA performance.


Reports on specialized data such as analytics output, open cases, and SCSI status.

Each chart title tool tip contains a detailed description of the metrics used in the chart