The relationships view is a topological map of the impacted object and its related objects. You use the map to visualize the impacted object in your environment and to look for alerts on related objects that might indicate problems related to the alert.

The relationships map shows the impacted object, the related objects, the health, risk, or efficiency state of the related objects, and the number of generated alerts for each one. If you double-click an object icon, the selected object becomes the focus of the map and the topology is updated for the selected object.

In the left pane, click the Alerts icon. On the Alerts Overview, Health Alerts, Risk Alerts, or Efficiency Alerts lists, click the alert name in the data grid, and click the Relationships tab.

Alert Details Relationship Options

Option

Description

Badge

Displays the Health, Risk, or Efficiency alerts on the objects in the relationship map.

Zoom to fit

Resizes the map to fit in the available space.

Pan

Click and drag the map so that you can view a particular object in the map regardless of the level of zoom you are using.

Show values on point

When enabled, you hover the mouse over the object icon to view the object name, type, and state.

Zoom the view

Click and drag the selection box in the map to enlarge the selected area.

Zoom in

Enlarges the map.

Zoom out

Decreases the size of the map.

Reset to initial resource

Returns the map to original object if you double-clicked on an icon to examine another object.

Resource detail

Changes the view in the main pane to the object details.

You can use the Summary, Alerts, Analysis, and related tabs to troubleshoot the problem in more detail.

To return to the alert details, click the alert name at the top of the left navigation pane.

Show alerts

Opens a window that lists the alerts for the object you selected in the map.

Map

Topological view of the object and the related objects.

Double-click on an object to see a relationship map for that object.

List of children

If the selected object has any child objects, they appear in the list by object type.