In this topic, you can find information about common issues and solutions from VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance Dashboard and Reports. What to read next Unable to start Dashboards and ReportsThe web-page displays HTTP status 500 internal server error, when user tries to start the Dashboards and Reports. Reports throw query errorAble to start Dashboards & Reports successfully, but the reports throw Query error: 502 error. Grafana reports displays no data to showGrafana reports displays, No data to show, No data, or No data points. Data discrepancy in reportsObserving data discrepancy between Smart Assurance domains and the data shown in reports. Unknown elastic error responseA report displays “Unknown elastic error response” error. The object count displayed is not correctIn some reports, the count (primarily in reports that show the objects count) displayed is not 100% accurate. All the records are not displayedIn some tabular reports, all the records are not displayed. Failed to parse query error is displayedIn some reports, “Failed to parse query [<filed>]” error is displayed. For instance, the following message says value passed for the field ‘entityType.keyword’ is empty. Health Status Pod reports displays empty value for some podsVMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance Health Status Pod reports displays empty value for some pods. They indicate that some pods ran for sometime, consumed some CPU and Memory resources, but no longer exist. Grafana displays an error on the reportIf a variable of a reports does not have any value(s) listed or selected when it is opened, grafana displays an error on the report. Dashboard and Report functionality provides only summary and granular views for the performance metrics and eventsThe Dashboard and Report functionality in VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance provides summary and granular views for the performance metrics and events.