Striim 3.10.2 documentation

Viewing dashboards

If you are not on the Striim home page, go there by selecting Home from the menu at top left.

  1. Click Apps.

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    If you don't see PosApp, click Add App > Import Existing App, navigate to Striim/Samples/PosApp, double-click PosApp.tql, enter Samples as the namespace, and click Import.

  2. Click the  next to PosApp, select Deploy, and click Deploy.

  3. When deployment completes, click again and select Start. The counter at the top right should start counting up, indicating that alerts are being generated.

  4. From the top left menu, select Dashboards, then click PosAppDash.

It may take a minute for enough data to load that your display looks like the following. The PosApp sample application shows credit card transaction data for several hundred merchants (for more information, see PosApp).


Hover the mouse over a map or scatter plot point, bar, or heat-map segment to display a pop-up showing more details.

Click a map or plot point to drill down for details on a particular merchant:


To return to the main page, click PosAppDash in the "breadcrumbs":


You can filter the data displayed in the dashboard using page-level or visualization-level text search or time-range filters.


With the above text search, the dashboard displays data only for Recreational Equipment Inc.


Click the x in the search box to clear the filter.

To try the time-range filter, click the filter icon at the top right of the scatter chart, select StartTime, and set the dialog as shown below:


Click Cancel to clear the filter.


Click the Pages icon at top left and select Interactive HeatMap.


On this page, you can click the labels on the pie charts to filter the data. If you zoom in on the Leaflet map, you will see place and street names and other details:


To clear the filter and return to viewing all data, select Drill-down parameters (the eye icon) and click Clear All.


When you are through exploring the dashboard, continue with Creating sources and caches using Source Preview.