You can configure your user settings going to Preferences and opening the User Preferences tab. These settings affect different aspects of the web application and are divided into four different categories.
User vs Domain
On a general basis, when a setting is present both in the user and domain preferences, the user will always take preference over the domain.
These preferences affect how your user will experience Devo.
|Inactivity Period for session expiration (in minutes)||After selecting the Set an inactivity time checkbox, indicate how many minutes of inactivity should pass before your Devo session automatically expires.|
|Set an inactivity time||Check this box if you want to set a timeout for your Devo session (indicated in the field above). If not checked, your session will never expire.|
|Home page||Select the area of the application you want to set as your home page when you start a session.|
|Language||Select the language of the application.|
|Use browser language|
Check this box to use the language configured in your browser. When this box is checked, the Language field will be disabled.
Unsupported browser language
If your browser language is not supported by Devo, English will be the language automatically applied. However, you need to close and reopen the Devo web for it to work correctly.
|Data Search server mode||Check this box if you want to access the search window in server mode after running a search, recommended when dealing with large amounts of data. Learn more in Best practices for data search.|
|Default case sensitivity in searches|
Some query operations have a case sensitive and a case insensitive version, for example, Contains - case insensitive (weakhas) and Contains (has, ->). This setting will make appear by default only the selected type ones (Case sensitive or Case insensitive) in the Operations over columns when you run a search. Operations that don't have a sensitive and insensitive version will be visible no matter the option selected.
Note that you can change this option anytime in the search window, but the default list when you run a new search will depend on the value set here. Learn more in Build a query using the search window tools.
This setting will also affect the behavior of global searches in your domain. If you select the Case sensitive option, the global search will be case sensitive, and the operation used to filter the data will be Contains tokens (toktains). Otherwise, if you select Case insensitive, the operation used will be Contains tokens - case insensitive (weaktoktains). Learn more in Run a global search.
|Hide demo tables in Finder||By default, all new domains contain a table called |
These parameters affect the Systems Monitoring application.
|Machines per view||Select the number of machines to be displayed per page in the application.|
Select to retain the tag filter applied in your previous session.
These preferences are related to how alerts will be displayed for your user.
|Time Period of Alerts to show||Select the default period of time used in the Alerts Overview graph located in the Alerts area.|
|Days of life of your alerts (30 minimum)||Indicate how many days you wish alerts to be available for your user. The minimum is 30 days.|
|Autosave Filter||Check this box if you want to save the last settings applied in the Alerts area.|
|View open alerts||Check this box to see only open alerts in the Alerts area.|
|Show chart||Choose the type of chart to be shown in the Alerts area.|
Configure the way your alert annotations are displayed.
|Display collapsed||Alert annotations will be displayed collapsed by default.|
|Show confirm on delete||Check this box if you want the system to request confirmation before deleting an annotation.|
|Show confirm on change task status||Check this box if you want the system to request confirmation before changing the status of a task.|