The main toolbar of the screen has the following options. Use the figure below as a reference.
A: Data Points
B: Stream Messages Per Day
C: Stream Bytes Per Day
D: Repository Drop-down
F: Current User
H: Log Out
J: Main Menu
K: Import Data button
L: Add Viewlet button
M: Modify button
Repositories with End User Monitoring enabled will have the EUM button on the main toolbar.
The jKool RUM (Real-User Monitoring) plugin (https://github.com/Nastel/jkool-rum-plugin) can be added to get data and monitor web pages using Nastel XRay. When the data is streamed through this plugin to Nastel XRay, the EUM button will appear on the main toolbar. When clicked, it produces a separate dashboard with viewlets that can be used to monitor the activity data of your webpages. Examples of these viewlets can be found in the Sample-EUM repository.
Click the Logout icon on the main toolbar to exit the system. Before exiting, the following dialog box appears asking if you would like to save or discard updates made.
At the top right of the screen there is a Search field used to search through event data. Within the Search field, enter a word or phrase relevant to event data. The search will run a jKQL query as follows:
jKQL > Find ‘typed search word’ in Events
The results will display in a viewlet within a new dashboard titled, Search - <search query> - <date and time>. In the below example, longest activity was entered in the Search field.