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In looking at the Production monitor within Ensemble, I was wondering if there is a way we could customize it for our use. I notice it is basically a dashboard.

For example I would only like to truly display those Services, Processes, and Operations that are truly in dire need of attention. The Monitor out of the box just seems too busy, and I would like to simplify it.

I was trying to find a sample how a Monitor Dashboard would be setup, but I am not seeing anything in ENSDEMO, or SAMPLES. Has anyone created a Custom Dashboard/Monitor for their purposes? Would you be willing to share an example with me?

Thanks

Scott Roth

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Last comment 3 December 2018
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Hi -

I'm trying to get my Combo Chart to dynamically scale the Y axis, but it's not doing what I would like. The 1st Y series, if the MAX value is set to null, scales the chart and the series fine, but then the subsequent Y axis are not to that same scale. Each "null" Max'ed series is setting it's own scale based only on it's own ranges and not in sync with anything else.

Is there a way to force all of the "null" scaled columns to be in the SAME scale as each other AND be dynamic.

If I set a "Maximum" value so they are all the drawing at the same scale, they stay in sync, but if I do this and then run-time/display-time apply a filter that goes from say "200" to "5", then the scale stays at the hard coded scale and the "5" is so flat that it's barely detectable. 

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Hello, I've completed this tutorial: https://community.intersystems.com/post/deepsee-period-date-vs-same-peri...
I've used the "year" level instead of a pivot variable.
I want to calculate something like the following variation: 100 * ([DateOfSale].[PTD] - [DateOfSale].[LYPTD]) / [DateOfSale].[LYPTD]
I create a new calculated member, under the same dimmension with the above expression.
I put the new calculated member under the Count measure and it tells me that "Two measures cannot be crossjoined"
What am I doing wrong?
Can you redirect me to some explanations and maybe a solution?
Thanks!

Last comment 31 August 2017
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I need to create a KPI similar to the  DeepSee.Model.KPIs.DemoTrendLines kpi in Samples.  This kpi supports a scorecard widget with a trend line.  It shows patient counts by city with a trend line of the count of patients over a decade.  What I want is to show the trend line based on the average allergy score ([Measures].[Avg Test Score]).  A pivot table query that shows the data I would want to base the trend line on is:

SELECT NON EMPTY [BirthD].[H1].[Decade].Members ON 0,
NON EMPTY [HomeD].[H1].[City].Members ON 1 
FROM [Patients] %FILTER [Measures].[Avg Test Score]

Has anyone done this?

Last comment 14 October 2016
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Hi,

Given a log file with these records representing, hypotethically, the ‘movements’ or changes in residential city, for citizens, like this: 

 ID           CitizenRef           RelocationDate                 City                        Surname
...
 48          1000                       2015-04-01                          Boston                  Smith
 49          1000                       2015-07-01                          Seattle                  Smith
 50          1000                       2015-10-01                          Boston                  Smith
 51          1000                       2016-01-15                          NewYork             Smith
...

Note - Smith (1000) lived in Boston, Seattle, and again in Boston (2015) and finally, in NewYork (2016). He has multiple entries in this log

Last comment 16 February 2016
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Hi!
I am working on a project and I am facing a weird problem. I have created an MDX using Analyzer. This MDX executes very fast. I am trying to automate its execution with %DeepSee.ResultSet and the query never returns:

Set tSC = oMDX.%PrepareMDX(tMDX)
Quit:$System.Status.IsError(tSC)

Set tSC = oMDX.%Execute()
Quit:$System.Status.IsError(tSC)

What could be causing %Execute() to take so long to run while Analyzer is responding fast?

I can see that the process that is executing the %Execute() method is on HANGW state. I am assuming that it is waiting for another process. I have realized there are no DeepSee agents processes up. I started some and saw no changes. Does %Execute() use agents

Last comment 14 December 2015
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Hello DeepSee'ers -

How hard is it to brand a dashboard to a login?

The situation is, I have a Partner that is looking to create common Dashboards in a SaaS model where the Partner's Clients would want to have their individual views of this common dashbaord be branded (logos, color, styles, etc.) to match the Client's branding. This my Partner's Client's End Users will see this common dashboard as the dashboard from the "Client" and not the "Partner" (and certainly not ISC branding)

ie.  ISC -> Partner -> Client -> End User

Last comment 11 November 2015
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