1.4. A High Level Walk-Through
- The top menu
- The left menu tables
- The dashboard
- Resource-based tables, which can be for the resource inventory, a summary report, or the results of a search
- Configuration pages which both provide details for and access to elements in JBoss ON, including resources, groups, plug-ins, and JBoss ON server settings
Figure 1.2. UI Elements All Together
Figure 1.6. Dashboard View
1.4.4. Inventory Browsers and Summaries
- Tabs for different areas, with subtabs that further break down information
- A table of results
- Icons that open a configuration or task option for that specific entity
- Buttons that perform actions (create, delete, or some other specific action) on the entries; some of these buttons aren't active unless an entry is selected
Figure 1.7. Inventory Browser
1.4.5. Entry Details Pages
Figure 1.8. Resource Tree
Figure 1.9. Tabs for a Resource Entry
Figure 1.10. Editable Areas for a Resource Entry
1.4.6. Shortcuts in the UI
- The Message Center shows all notifications that have been sent by the JBoss ON server. This includes alerts, configuration changes, changes to the inventory, or error messages for the server or UI.
- The Favorites button can be used to navigate to selected resources and groups quickly, while the little blue ribbon on resource pages can be used to add that resource to the favorites list.
- The resource availability is shown as a green check mark if the resource is available and a red X if the resource is down.
Figure 1.11. Shortcuts
1.4.7. Red Hat Access Menu
- Conveniently access exclusive Red Hat knowledge and solutions.
- Search error codes, messages, and other information, as well as view related knowledge from the Red Hat Customer Portal.
- Create new and view existing support cases as well as attach JBoss Diagnostic Reporter (JDR) reports collected from JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 instances and other files to those cases