|Note that the tiles displayed out of the box are fully configurable by the CAST AI Administrator. Please see Engineering Dashboard tile management old for more information.|
The ISO-5055 extension is supported with full functionality. The ISO-5055 tile has been added to automatically display ISO-5055 data, with full drill down capability.
ISO-5055 tile will not be displayed on the homepage if the application does not have the ISO extension installed.
Drilling down through this tile will take you to the Risk Investigation view, where the focus will be set to the ISO-5055 Assessment Model (1) showing only the ISO-5055 metrics (2):
The Architecture model violation tile is not added by default. This tile should be configured in the panel section of the profile. See:
As explained previously the landing page or home page contains a set number of "default" tiles that are delivered "out of the box". Your dashboard Administrator may chose to configure additional tiles or custom locations for the default set of tiles (see Engineering Dashboard tile management old) but you have a certain amount of freedom to set up the home page as you require:
Each tile displayed in the landing or home page will be configured with a predefined colour as defined in the .JSON (see Engineering Dashboard tile management old). However, you can change this from your browser:
By default, the Engineering Dashboard is delivered with language display set to English: all messages and text displayed in the dashboard is only displayed in English. However, it is possible to choose a specific language locale and provided that a translation of the default English text and messages has been configured (see Dashboard localization), the dashboard will then display text and messages in the chosen language. To do so, click the user menu drop down and select the the Change Language option:
A popup window will then enable you to select the required language - choose the language and click Change:
|This option enables you to select the Application you wish to view. A drop down list box will be displayed enabling you to pick the Application you require. Note that only the Applications you are authorized to view will be available for selection.|
|2||Snapshot description||Displays information about the current snapshot data you are viewing: Name, Version, and Date.|
(select a snapshot icon)
This option enables you to select a specific snapshot to investigate - if multiple snapshots are available for the current Application. This allows you to "go back in time" and investigate data from a previous snapshot. Note that not all data is available for previous snapshots.
All data that is displayed in the dashboard is taken from the most recent snapshot that has been generated for the selected Application. However, it is possible to view data from a previous snapshot if required by using the snapshot selector in the top menu.
Clicking this option will display a drop down menu where you can select the snapshot you require:
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To view a previous snapshot, select it on the timeline and then click the Select Snapshot option:
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The display will then update to show the data from the selected snapshot.
Returning to current snapshot
To return to the current snapshot data use the snapshot selector button on the top menu bar to select the most recent snapshot:
(share your screen icon)
Clicking this icon will open a new email in your default email client, together with a link to the current location in the dashboard. You can therefore use option to share a link with colleagues. Example email shown below:
|5||Moving from ED to HD|
This icon, 'go to HD' lets you move from Engineering Dashboard to Health Dashboard.
Click on the 'go to HD' icon. Following message is displayed.
Clicking on 'Leaving to HD' will take you to the Health dashboard application view.
Following message will be displayed if the application is not present in the Health Dashboard.
If the application is present in Health Dashboard but the selected snapshot is not consolidated in Health Dashboard, then the following message is displayed.
(only critical violations icon)
This icon activates/deactivates data filtering on Critical Violations.
By default, the Engineering Dashboard only shows information about Critical Violations, rather than showing data for ALL violations - this allows you to instantly see the most important flaws in the analyzed application:
When in the default position showing only information about Critical Violations, the icon is colored red as shown above. When in this position, the dashboard only shows information about Critical Violations and other non-Critical Violations are ignored. For example, the Risk Model tile will display data only about Critical Violations (as specified in the black circle):
Disabling filtering on Critical Violations
If you would prefer to view all data about ALL Violations (not just Critical Violations) in your application, you can disable the filter by clicking the filter icon on the top menu:
Once the filter is disabled, ALL data is now displayed. For example the Risk Model tile now displays data about ALL violations:
Activates a search field enabling you to search for names of items in the Assessment Model. See Engineering Dashboard - Search options for more information.
Indicates the name of the current user that is logged in to the Engineering Dashboard. A drop down list box is also available:
This contains the following options: