Here are some explainations for some common features seen throughout various screens within the DBmarlin user interface.
The breadcrumbs allows you to navigate back to the previous screens as you drill down. You can also use the 'Back button' on your browser.
The date selector allow you to choose either relative or absolute dates and times. Once selected the same time range is maintained as you navigate from one screen to the next.
This reverts back to the last hour from the current time.
The copy link button allows you to copy a deep link URL to the current screen and time selection so that it can be shared with others. For example you could email, instant message or attach the URL in a support ticket and others clicking on the link will get to exactly the same view as you.
If you have a relative time period such as Last hour selected then the copied link will be a fixed time period of 1 hour from the time at which the button was clicked. This means the data could differ slightly from the screen you are looking at if there is a delay between refreshing the screen data and clicking the Copy link button.
Collapsing widget panels
For any widget panel which has a minus sign in the top right hand corner it is possible to collapse the panel or expand it by clicking anywhere in the widget header. This is useful if you want to minimise certain widgets for example.
Zoom on charts
You can drag your mouse around a part of the chart to zoom in on that part. To get back to the orginal time range click the 'Reset zoom' button in top right of the chart.
Search wihin table data
The Search box lets you search within the table data including all visible field and also some hidden field such as Database Type which might not be visible in the table. To clear the search you can either delete the text from the Search box or click the Clear button.
Table Exporting data
The Export button at the top of the table allows exporting of table data to CSV format which can then be opened in Excel.
## Table pagination The tables by default show the top 10 records. You can use the dropdown below the table to show 20, 30 or all rows.