The Dashboard provides an overview of what is happening in the platform and allows navigation to different parts of the application. The Dashboard is visible after logging in to the application.
To access the Dashboard View, click Dashboard and then click Overview. Another way to access it is by clicking Pliant’s logo at the top-left corner of any page.
The Dashboard View
About the Task
You can view following from the dashboard:
How many flows have been executed in the last 24 hours and in the last 5 minutes.
How many flows have been executed per hour.
The latest successful and latest failed logs and details about them.
This data is accompanied by additional details:
Blue statistical graphs:
On the left, bars represent the hours of the day and how many flows were executed each hour. The taller a bar is, the higher the number of flows. Hovering the cursor over a bar shows the number of flows that were executed in that hour.
On the right, slopes tell how many flows were executed in the last five minutes. Hovering the cursor on a slope shows the number of flows executed. Hovering the mouse over a circular point shows the number of flows executed and the exact time of execution.
The system updates automatically every 10 seconds so that the most up-to-date information about executed flows is shown.
2. Tabs on the top of the page linking to:
Workflows - where you can build, edit, import, export, and execute workflows.
Logs - where you can view past executed workflows.
Jobs - where you can schedule workflows and view workflows scheduled for execution.
Admin - containing links to:
Users Management - where you can manage users who may log into one's Pliant instance.
Roles Management - where you define permissions that can be assigned to users.
System Configuration - which allows modification of relevant configurations settings.
System Status - which provides statistics on workflows, jobs, executions, licensing information, registered users, and system versions.
About Pliant - which provides the versions of the different components, licensing information, and the ability to update the platform's license.