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Using the System Navigator

The resource panels that should be associated with a given type of bottleneck can be established by using the feature called automatic analysis matrix. This facility is described in Using Automatic Analysison page 115.

Using the system navigator, you have navigated among the possible displays, beginning with the multi-interval SUMMARY and ending with some single-interval resource displays. You can return to previous displays using the BACK command, which is by default assigned to PF3 and PF15. Each time you press BACK, the previous panel appears. Then, you can select another line with S, D, or R.

The relationships between the displays are shown schematically in Figure 33. Notice that the three types of displays are shown as both single and COMBINEd.

FIGURE 33. System Navigator Display Tree

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OMEGAMON II for DBCTL Historical Component (EPILOG) Reference Manual Version 510

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