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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.