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User Interface of Events

To view the summary of all the events created on this tenant, click "Events" in the "Explore" Tab.

The "Events" overview provides the following user interface:

UI events

① Lists all the events in the tenant
② Refreshes the event list
③ Acknowledges the event
④ Deletes the event
⑤ Allows you to add a comment or note
⑥ Creates a work order for the event
⑦ Preview of the event

Filtering and Sorting Events

Within the table header, supported properties can be filtered or sorted.

The filter is generic based on the datatype of the property. See the following examples:

Severity: can be filtered by severity value or custom. If custom is selected, severity can be filtered by entering the number of the severity (see table above)

Severity

Source: can be filtered for strings. The filter checks if the value contains this property.

Source

Acknowledged: can be filtered for Boolean (true/false) of even if the value is not set (none).

Acknowledge

Settings: Select the event properties to be displayed as columns. The configured settings will be saved in the local storage of the browser per selected event type.

Settings

Details of an Event

An event can provide additional properties. These details will be displayed if an event is selected by a click in the table row.

The properties of this event are shown. The properties are sorted alphabetically.

Details of event

The event details can also be viewed from the "Events" plugin in the "Assets" tab.

Developers can edit or copy values of interest by using the edit or copy button next to a property value from the "Events" plugin in the "Assets" tab. These action buttons are displayed by hovering the mouse over the event details row.

Example:

Events example

① Edits the Event details
② Copies the Event details

Other Event Types

Depending on the use case, you might be interested in events of special types since they provide more information or specific properties.

Resetting a selected event type will reset the default MindSphereStandardEvent.

Resetting

① Lists the event types of the own tenant and the MindSphere core
② Lists the event types of all the tenants

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Last update: April 4, 2022