You can create an XML file with topology hierarchies to be displayed in a Topology widget.
How Configuration Files Work
From the Configuration Files page, you can create a XML file with topology hierarchies to be displayed in a Topology widget. The final output is an XML file.
Where You Find Resource Kind Metric Configuration File
|Name||Enter a name for the configuration file.|
|Description||Enter a description for the configuration file.|
|Containing Folder||Select the folder under which you want to store the new configuration file. If you have not created a folder, you can select the User Defined folder if it appears. The System Defined folder will not appear for selection.|
|Text box||You can define the topology hierarchies.
Select the tags above the text box to add to the configuration file.Use the orange Format XML button to format the XML content. Click Save. You see the configuration file under the selected folder. You can preview the XML that was created.
|Filter||Click the filter icon to filter the configuration files using the following criteria: Name, Description, Last Modified, and Modified By.|
|Options from the horizontal ellipsis|
|Create New Folder||Enter a name for the folder and click OK. You can create a new folder for meaningful grouping.|
|Rename Folder||Select a folder created by a user and rename the folder. You cannot rename the System Defined and User Defined folders.|
|Edit||Select a configuration file to edit the contents of the configuration file.|
|Delete||Select one or more configuration files if you want to delete them. You cannot delete configuration files under the System Defined folder.|
|Clone||Select a configuration file to clone. You can edit the configuration file options in the New Configuration File page and click Save|
|Move||Select one or more configuration files if you want to move them to another folder. You can also move configuration files using the drag and drop option. You cannot move a configuration file to or from the System Defined folder.|
|Export||Select one or more configuration files if you want to download them|
|Import||Select this option if you want to import configuration files. To import:
|Data Grid Options|
|Name||Lists the configuration files that have been created. The System Defined folder contains configuration files that are predefined. The User Defined folder contains orphan configuration files that were created by users but not assigned to a folder.|
|In Use||Indicates whether the configuration file is in use in a dashboard and topology widget.
Yes: Indicates that the configuration file is used in a dashboard. Hover and click on the green tick mark to view the name of the dashboard and the widget that uses this configuration file.
No: Indicates that the configuration file is not used in a dashboard.
|Description||Displays the description entered while creating/editing the configuration file.|
|Last Modified||Displays when the configuration file was last updated.|
|Modified By||Displays who last modified the configuration file. For example, admin or maintenanceAdmin.|