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IBM’s roadmap for New Nav has visualize monitor data on it.
I'm looking forward to that being in New Nev.

You can find the New Nav roadmap here:


On Apr 28, 2022, at 2:24 PM, Justin Taylor <jtaylor.0ab@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Yes, I imported my heritage Nav System Monitor. System Monitors still has
the Investigate option like heritage Nav, but you can now only view a
single metric at a time and the data is static. Under
Performance=>Investigate Data it's the same view.


date: Wed, 27 Apr 2022 19:41:45 -0400
from: Dawn May <dawnmayican@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Nav Custom Charts & Disk Response

I assume you added these metrics to a System Monitor, as they are only in
System Monitors and Graph History (as Rob?s post showed).
System Monitor data is in an R* collection (as opposed to standard data,
which is in a Q* collection).

With Heritage Navigator, you could see the charts with ?Visualize monitor
data? or via the Performance Data Investigator in the ?Monitor? content

In New Nav, you can get to these charts using ?Investigate Data? with the
Monitor content package.
Go into Investigate Data, and under ?Package Name?, be sure to select
?Monitor?. Also be sure to select an R* collection.
The disk response time charts will now be available in the Perspective

As an aside, if you had defined monitors - whether message monitors or
system monitors - in Heritage Navigator, New Nav has a ?Migrate Monitor?
feature to bring Heritage monitors to New Nav.
I mentioned this feature in this recent blog post:
https://techchannel.com/Trends/04/2022/message-monitors-new-nav <


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