Reusing ESM ActiveView Filters in Sentinel

Reusing ESM ActiveView Filters in Sentinel

This solution describes how to re-use the filters created by Event Source Management, in Active Views.



1. Log into Sentinel Control Center.





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2. Click on Event Source Management and select Live View.





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3. Right-click on the object that you want to use for filtering in Active Views and click on Open Active View.





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4. ESM opens an Active View that shows only the events for the object you selected.





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5. You can now detach this window and drag it outside of the ESM window, but it will close when you close ESM.





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6. In order to re-use the filter that ESM created for this Window in ActiveViews, note the name of the object in the view:





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7. Go back into the Sentinel Control Center and click on the create new ActiveView button.



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8. Select the Z Axis event Attribute and click the Filter pull-down menu.





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9. Find the filter with the same object name as the one you opened in ESM and click on Select (or double-click on it) to use it.





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10. In the ActiveViews Wizard, click Finish.





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Sentinel Control Center will now open up an ActiveView with the same filter as the one that was created in ESM:



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