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Bot Insight dashboard filter

  • Updated: 6/16/2021
    • Automation 360 v.x
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Bot Insight dashboard filter

The Bot Insight dashboard filter enables you to apply filters across your dashboards to display the filtered data. You can save and publish the custom dashboards with preset filters.

Filters in the Bot Insight dashboard enables you to choose different views of the data. You can apply and save filters in a dashboard to preserve the filtered view. The filtered view displays the same view the next time you view the dashboard.

Dashboard filters enables different combinations of data in a single dashboard. The filter eliminates the need for separate dashboards for different users. A single-filtered dashboard allows you to serve data requirements for a wide range of users.

You can access the dashboard filter from both the Operations and Business dashboards. You can click each item in the filter list to view the parameters. You can search for a specific parameter in the Search Automation Name field in the All tab. You can select parameters based on whether to include or exclude them in the filter. The selected parameters appear in the Selected tab.

When you apply a specific filter, the visual indicator in the dashboard displays the name of the applied active filter. You can delete a dashboard filter by clicking the delete icon. When you publish a custom dashboard with the applied the dashboard-level filters, the published dashboard contains the same filters. You can click Widgets in the widget window to apply dashboard widgets.

The Bot Insight dashboard provides the following filters:

  • Attributes: This filter enables you to include or exclude specific parameters of a given attribute. This can be the bot name, device name, or user name.
    For example, you can use the parameters:
    • Model Version to differentiate the payload and to determine if an upgrade is required in the dashboard. You can also use it as a filter so that the dashboard works correctly even with different job execution pay loads.
    • Job type to identify the type of task such as TASK(Bot Run), WORKFLOW, WORKORDER, WLM_TASK
    • Automation Name to provide a name when running or scheduling the bot
    • Object Name to identify the name of the entity for which the audit action is recorded. For example, to identify the username when the user is edited or created or the bot name when the bot is edited or created.
  • Numeric: This filter enables you to select a specific duration for which you can get the numerical statistics of the bot. For example, this can be the totalLines that is processed by the bot, or the duration during which the bot was active.
  • Time: This filter enables you to select a single date, or a range of dates to analyze the variables that are categorized under time and date. This can be the bot start time or end time.
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