Views, Details, and Filtering
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Views, Details, and Filtering

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The Scoutbees dashboard displays the Scout data for the selected Scout types and time period.

You can apply filters to further adjust which Scouts are displayed. You can also open a specific Scout to view additional details.


Scout Type and Time Period

You can select to display Scouts according to their type - EUC, Network, or Applications. When you select a specific Scout type, a test overview graph will display an overview of all the Scouts of that type.


Alternatively, you can select All Types to display EUC, Network, and Application Scouts. No test overview graph is shown.

After you select which Scout Types to display, you can select a time period to show data from tests only during that period.


Each displayed Scout contains the following information:

  • Name. Click a Scout's name to see additional information.
  • URL address / Gateway
  • Uptime
  • Hive
  • Type
  • Resource
  • Login
  • Method
  • Health. Click the health graph to see additional information about each test.
  • Response time
  • Number of successful runs

The test options button (AdditionalTestOptions) lets you perform actions on a Scout.


List View

Click the list icon in the top right of the screen to switch to the list view.

The list view displays Scouts according to the selected type and time period in a list. You can click on each column header to sort the list.

Use the checkboxes to select a Scout, multiple Scouts, or all the Scouts from the list. You can enable, disable, or delete the selected Scouts.


Filter Scouts

You can filter the displayed Scouts based on the following information:

  • Name
  • Type
  • Address
  • Hive

You can also add filter categories by creating your custom labels and associating them with specific Scouts. A label is a key-value pair.

Create a Scout Label

You can create a label and associate it with a Scout when you create or edit a Scout.

To create a label for a Scout, perform the following steps:

  1. Click the Create Scout button or the Edit button on an existing Scout.


The Add New Scout or the Edit Scout window appears.


  1. Click the Add label button to open the Labels section.


  1. Enter a label name as the Key. If you have already created label keys, they appear in a drop-down list.

  2. Enter the Value that applies for this particular Scout and key. If you have already created label values for specific key, they appear in a drop-down list.

You can add multiple labels to each Scout. You should enter useful terms for the Key and Value that others can identify. For example, use 'environment' as a key name and values such as 'production', 'QA', etc.

Apply Filters

To apply filters, perform the following steps.

  1. Click the Filter scouts field to display a list of the available filters categories. If you have created a custom label, it appears here.


  1. Click a filter category to show a list of the available values. For example, Type:


  1. Select a value from the list. For example, Ping.


The filter is now applied and only Scouts performing a ping test are displayed. If necessary, you can add more filters.

Scout Details

Click a Scout's name to show additional details about the Scout.


This page contains the following sections:

  • Details and Actions. Displays information about the Scout, and lets you perform actions on the Scout.


    You can check if a Scout has an alert policy by looking at the alert policy icon:

    • AlertPolicyActiveSmall indicates that an alert policy already exists.
    • AlertPolicyDisabledSmall indicates that an alert policy exists, but it is disabled.
    • AlertPolicyInactiveSmall indicates that no alert policy exists.
  • Tests. Displays information about the Scout's test results for the selected time period. You can click View All Tests to see additional information about individual tests.


  • Failure Rate. Displays the Scout's failure rate, or a message indicating that no failures exist.


  • Specific scout information. Displays information that varies according to the Scout type.


  • Data from different Hives. See a list of the Hives that are running the Scouts, along with statistics for each Hive.

    Choose the map view to see the location of each Hive. You can click on a Hive location to see more statistics. Note that you can set the location of a Custom Hive when you create or edit one.

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