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-===== 3 Telas ===== 
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-=== Overview === 
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-On Zabbix screens you can group information from various sources for a quick overview on a single screen. Building the screens is quite easy and intuitive. 
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-Essentially a screen is a table. You choose how many cells per table and what elements to display in the cells. The following elements can be displayed: 
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-  * simple graphs 
-  * simple graph prototypes 
-  * user-defined custom graphs 
-  * custom graph prototypes 
-  * maps 
-  * other screens 
-  * plain text information 
-  * server information (overview) 
-  * host information (overview) 
-  * trigger information (overview) 
-  * host/​hostgroup issues (status of triggers) 
-  * system status 
-  * data overview 
-  * clock 
-  * history of events 
-  * history of recent actions 
-  * URL (data taken from another location) 
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-Screens that are ready can be viewed in //​Monitoring -> Screens//. They can also be added to the favourites section of the Dashboard. 
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-To configure a screen you must first create it by defining its general properties and then add individual elements in the cells. 
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-=== Creating a screen === 
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-To create a screen, do the following: 
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-  * Go to //​Configuration -> Screens// 
-  * Click on //Create Screen// 
-  * Edit general screen attributes ​ 
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-Give your screen a unique name and set the number of columns (vertical cells) and rows (horizontal cells). Click //​Add//​. ​ 
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-Now you can click on //Edit// next to the screen name in the list to be able to add elements. 
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-=== Adding elements === 
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-On a new screen you probably only see links named //Change//. Clicking those links opens a form whereby you set what to display in each cell. 
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-On an existing screen you click on the existing elements to open the form whereby you set what to display. 
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-Screen element attributes: 
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-^Parameter^Description^ 
-|//​Resource// ​ |Information displayed in the cell:\\ **Action log** - history of recent actions\\ **Clock** - digital or analog clock displaying current server or local time\\ **Data overview** - latest data for a group of hosts\\ **Graph** - single custom graph\\ **Graph prototype** - custom graph from low-level discovery rule\\ **History of events** - latest events\\ **Host group issues** - status of triggers filtered by the hostgroup (includes triggers without events, since Zabbix 2.2)\\ **Host issues** - status of triggers filtered by the host (includes triggers without events, since Zabbix 2.2)\\ **Hosts info** - high level host related information\\ **Map** - single map\\ **Plain text** - plain text data\\ **Screen** - screen (one screen may contain other screens inside)\\ **Server info** - server high-level information\\ **Simple graph** - single simple graph\\ **Simple graph prototype** - simple graph based on item generated by low-level discovery\\ **System status** - displays system status (similar to the Dashboard) \\ **Triggers info** - high level trigger related information\\ **Triggers overview** - status of triggers for a host group\\ **URL** - include content from an external resource ​ | 
-|//​Horizontal align// ​ |Possible values:\\ **Center**\\ **Left**\\ **Right**| 
-|//Vertical align// ​ |Possible values:\\ **Middle**\\ **Top**\\ **Bottom**| 
-|//Column span// ​ |Extend cell to a number of columns, same way as HTML column spanning works.| 
-|//Row span// ​ |Extend cell to a number of rows, same way as HTML row spanning works.| 
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-Take note of the '​+'​ and '​-'​ controls on each side of the table. ​ 
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-Clicking on '​+'​ above the table will add a column. Clicking on '​-'​ beneath the table will remove a column. ​ 
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-Clicking on '​+'​ on the left side of the table will add a row. Clicking on '​-'​ on the right side of the table will remove a row. 
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-<note important>​If graph height is set as less than 120 pixels, no trigger will be displayed in the legend.</​note>​ 
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-=== Dynamic elements === 
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-For some of the elements there is an extra option called //Dynamic item//. Checking this box at first does not to seem to change anything. 
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-However, once you go to //​Monitoring -> Screens//, you may realize that now you have extra dropdowns there for selecting the host. Thus you have a screen where some elements display the same information while others display information depending on the currently selected host. 
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-The benefit of this is that you do not need to create extra screens just because you want to see the same graphs containing data from various hosts. 
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-//Dynamic item// option is available for several screen elements: 
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-  * Graphs (custom graphs) 
-  * Simple graphs 
-  * Plain text 
-  * URL 
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-<​note>​Clicking on a dynamic graph opens it in full view; although with custom graphs that is currently supported with the default host selected only.</​note>​ 
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-<​note>​Dynamic URL elements will not be displayed in //​Monitoring//​ -> //​Screens//,​ unless a host is selected. Without a selected host the "No host selected"​ message will be visible only.</​note>​