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Managing Events

Table Of Contents

Managing Events

About Events

About Event Manager

About Alarms

About Triggers

About Targets

Types of Alarm Triggers

About Alarm Exporters

About Sources

About Formatters

About Transporters

About Global Alarms

About RSS Feeds

Using Event Manager

Filtering Events

Sorting Events

Managing Alarms

Creating Alarms

Editing Alarms

Triggering Alarms

Clearing Alarms

Deleting Alarms

Managing Triggers

Creating Triggers

Editing Triggers

Editing Comparison Triggers

Editing Bound Triggers

Configuring Targets

Deleting Triggers

Managing Alarm Exporters

Creating Alarm Exporters

Editing Alarm Exporters

Adding Exporter Sources

Editing Exporter Formatter

Adding Exporter Transporter

SMTP Exporter Transporter

FTP Exporter Transporter

SFTP Exporter Transporter

Deleting Exporter Transporter

Managing Global Alarms

Creating a new Peer/Portal

Deleting a Peer/Portal

Checking RSS Feeds


Managing Events


This chapter includes the following sections:

About Events

Using Event Manager

Managing Alarms

Managing Triggers

Managing Alarm Exporters

Managing Global Alarms

Checking RSS Feeds

About Events

The Mediator Manager web client integrates with the Mediator Manager to enable alarm and event notification. The Mediator Manager web client enables you to define alarm conditions that, when met, display alarm events in the web client and deliver e-mail alerts. You can also use open source RSS technology to be notified of the change in alarm states.

This section covers the following topics:

About Event Manager

About Alarms

About Triggers

About Alarm Exporters

About Global Alarms

About RSS Feeds

About Event Manager

The Event Manager enables you to view, filter, and sort all the events raised by an alarm on a Mediator Manager.

The Event Manager tab appears as shown in Figure 8-1.

Figure 8-1 Event Manager Tab

Table 8-1 lists the main text boxes that appear on the Event Manager tab. When you click FILTERS, you can use these text boxes to filter and sort events.

Table 8-1 Event Manager Text Boxes

Text Box
Description

Name

Displays the name of the event.

Origin

Displays the IP address/hostname of the Mediator Manager that raised the event.

Priority

Displays the priority of the event.

State

Displays the event state.

Time

Displays the time according to the time zone of the browser where the event manager is being viewed.


A timestamp is displayed on the tab. This timestamp displays the date and time of the browser where the Event Manager is being viewed. Unselect the check box next to the timestamp to stop receiving event updates on the screen.

Each event passes through a series of states in its life cycle.The various states are as follows:

Raised—An event is raised when the trigger condition for an alarm is fulfilled. A raised event can go to the accepted or cleared state. The raised state is the initial state of every event.

Accepted—An event moves to the accepted state from the raised state if you acknowledge it.

Cleared—An event moves from the raised state to the cleared state if the trigger condition becomes normal after acknowledging the event.

Closed—An accepted event moves to the closed state if the trigger condition becomes normal. A cleared event can become closed if you acknowledge it. This is the final state of every event.

Figure 8-2 illustrates the various states in the event life cycle.

Figure 8-2 Event State Life Cycle

The administrator should acknowledge each event after the appropriate action has been taken. You can acknowledge events individually by clicking the Acknowledge button in the Apply column for that event. To acknowledge multiple events, select the check box next to the event that you want to acknowledge, and click the Acknowledge button at the bottom of the page.


Note Only users who are assigned the System Administrator role or similar privileges (typically the mpxadmin user) can acknowledge alarm events.


To configure Event Manager, see Using Event Manager.

About Alarms

The Alarms tab enables you to manage various alarms across a Mediator. It enables you to view the list of alarms, to acknowledge each alarm, and to clear and delete alarms. The Alarms tab acts as the single interface from which all alarms can be managed.

The Alarms tab appears as shown in Figure 8-3.

Figure 8-3 Alarms Tab

Table 8-2 describes the buttons shown in the Alarms tab.

Table 8-2 Alarms Tab - Description 

Button
Description

load

Displays the alarm details.

+

Enables you to create new alarms.

-

Enables you to delete existing alarms.

edit

Enables you to edit existing alarms.

trigger

Enables you to trigger existing alarms.

clear

Enables you to clear raised alarms.


To learn more about alarms, see Managing Alarms.

About Triggers

Triggers are attached to an alarm and logical conditions are defined which, when met, send the alarm to the Mediator Manager web client and trigger the exporter of the alarm.

The Triggers tab appears as shown in Figure 8-4.

Figure 8-4 Triggers Page

Table 8-3 describes the buttons shown in the Triggers tab.

Table 8-3 Triggers Tab - Description 

Button
Description

+

Allows you to add triggers.

-

Allows you to delete triggers.

edit

Allows you to edit the trigger settings.

targets

Allows you to specify targets for triggers. To know more about targets, see About Targets.


This section includes the following topics:

About Targets

Types of Alarm Triggers

About Targets

Targets are the alarms that a given trigger activates or clears depending on the input. In comparison triggers, the target alarms are triggered when the condition transitions to true, and cleared when the condition transitions to false. In bound triggers, the target alarms are triggered when the input alarm is triggered, and cleared when the input alarm is cleared.

If you do not configure targets for a trigger, the trigger will not have an impact on the alarms of the system.

Types of Alarm Triggers

There are two types of alarm triggers:

Comparison trigger—A comparison trigger uses the value of a point node as the input and compares the node value with a constant preset value. Depending on the configuration, if the point value is greater than or less than the constant value, the trigger activates the target alarms.

Bound trigger—A bound trigger forms a link between an input alarm and one or more output alarms. This trigger is a passive mechanism compared to the comparison trigger. The bound trigger activates the output alarms when the input alarm is triggered and clears the output alarms when the input alarm is cleared. The functionality of bound triggers allows you to name the alarm such that you can identify information such as location and events from the export content of the alarm.

To create and manage triggers, see Managing Triggers.

About Alarm Exporters

You can configure an exporter to be attached to an alarm and set up an exporter for e-mail alerts. Each alarm exporter is configured to send an e-mail notification when one or more alarms change their state.

The Exporters tab appears as shown in Figure 8-5.

Figure 8-5

Exporters Tab

Table 8-4 describes the buttons shown in the Exporters tab.

Table 8-4 Exporters Tab - Description 

Button
Description

+

Allows you to add exporters.

-

Allows you to delete exporters.

edit

Allows you to edit the alarm exporter settings.

sources

Allows you to add alarm sources. For more information on sources, see About Sources.

formatter

Allows you to edit the exporter formatter settings. For more information on formatters, see About Formatters.

transporter

Allows you to add alarm transportes. For more information on transoporters, see About Transporters.


This section includes the following topics:

About Sources

About Formatters

About Transporters

About Sources

An exporter source is a configured alarm that causes an alarm exporter to be exported. You can choose a specific alarm as a source or you can choose the Alarm Manager. If you select the Alarm Manager, an alarm export occurs whenever an alarm event occurs. If you choose specific alarms as an exporter source, you receive e-mail notifications only when the selected source alarms occurs.

You should also specify which state transitions should trigger the alarm exports. The exporter source can be configured to trigger an alarm for all or some of the four alarm states (raised, cleared, accepted, and closed). For example, you can configure the alarm exporter to send e-mail notifications only when an alarm is raised.

About Formatters

The formatter function allows you to rename the formatter node.

About Transporters

You can configure the SMTP settings for the alarm exporter and send e-mail notifications using the exporter transporter function.

To create and manage alarm exporters, see Managing Alarm Exporters.

About Global Alarms

The Cloud Manager is a service that runs on a Mediator and Mediator Manager, and facilitates in creating global alarms. The purpose of the Cloud Manager is to support efficient and flexible propagation of events throughout a finite set of cloud peers in a cloud.

A request handler, the Cloud Handler, handles the receipt of incoming events and dispatches them to the local Cloud Manager. Each Cloud Manager is responsible for notifying the target cloud peers within the cloud. This is done for all the events regardless of whether the event being propagated is local to the Cloud Manager, or one received from another cloud peer within the cloud.

The peers that form a cloud enable you to view the details of all the peers in that cloud from any peer in the cloud. You can open any Mediator Manager in the cloud and monitor the details of all the other peers in that cloud.

A cloud formation can be modified by making changes to any cloud peer within the cloud. The peers communicate and synchronize among themselves to reflect the updated cloud structure.

To remove a cloud peer (for example, A) from a cloud that contains more than one peer, you need to log in to any of the other peers in the cloud (for example, B) and delete A from the cloud formation. The peer, B, in turn communicates this change to the other peers in the cloud. Therefore, the simple deletion of peer A from peer B results in peer A ceasing to be a part of the cloud. Peer A could now also be considered as a cloud in which it is the only participating peer.

Given a cloud with cloud peers A, B, and C, adding a fourth cloud peer, D, results in all four cloud peers having a cloud of all four cloud peers. It is not possible for cloud peers to have formations that differ from the formation of other cloud peers within the same cloud.

Each cloud can have only one cloud portal configured for it. However, multiple clouds can share a single cloud portal. If a cloud portal is overridden from any one cloud peer, it also gets overridden from all the other peers that are participating in that cloud.

The Cloud tab appears as shown in Figure 8-6.

Figure 8-6 Cloud Tab

About RSS Feeds

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an open communication protocol that allows you to subscribe to an XML-based data feed from a source such as a news or weather feed. The Mediator Manager supports RSS data feeds and uses RSS to send events to the Events pane in a Mediator Manager. An RSS user is also called a feed reader.

To learn more about RSS feeds, see Checking RSS Feeds.

Using Event Manager

This section describes the Event Manager and includes the following topics:

Filtering Events

Sorting Events

Filtering Events

To filter events in Events, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the web client homepage, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Event Manager tab.

The Event Manager tab appears as shown in Figure 8-1.

Step 3 Click FILTERS.

Step 4 Filtering can be performed based on the values you enter in the various text boxes (see Table 8-1):

Name—Type the name of the event you want to see.

Origin—Type the IP address/hostname from where the event has been raised.

Priority—Choose the priority of the event.

State—Choose the state of the event.

From—Type the date you want to filter the event.
In the next text box, type the time you want to filter the event. If you execute the filter without specifying the time, this text box is auto-populated with the minimum time of that day (12:00:00 AM).

To—Type the date you want to filter the event.
In the next text box, type the time you want to filter the event. If you execute the filter without specifying the time, this text box is auto-populated with the maximum time of that day (11:59:59 PM).

Step 5 Click Apply to execute the filter.
The text boxes work in an AND function. A list of events that satisfies all the criteria will be displayed.

The events are sorted by time and displayed as shown in Figure 8-1.

Step 6 (Optional) Click Clear to clear the filtering. This displays the original events list sorted by time.


The Download Log button at the bottom of the tab allows you to download an event audit log. This log contains entries for each event, showing its state transitions.

Sorting Events

To sort events in Events, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the web client homepage, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Event Manager tab.

The Event Manager tab appears as shown in Figure 8-1.

Step 3 Events can be sorted alphabetically in ascending or descending order. Click the desired column heading to sort the list of events. For example, if you wish to sort the events by Time, click the Time column heading.
Clicking the column heading again will reverse the sorting order. If you click the column heading a third time, the sorting is cleared and the initial time-sorted list is displayed.


Managing Alarms

This section describes how to create alarms on a Mediator Manager and includes the following topics:

Creating Alarms

Editing Alarms

Triggering Alarms

Clearing Alarms

Deleting Alarms

Creating Alarms

To create an alarm, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Alarms tab.
The Alarms tab appears as shown in Figure 8-3.

Step 3 Click the plus symbol (+) to create a new alarm.

The Create New Alarm dialog box appears. In the Create New Alarm dialog box, do the following:

a. In the Name text box, enter a name for the alarm.

b. From the Priority drop-down list, choose the priority of the alarm.

c. Enter the values in the Max raised, Max cleared, and Max accepted text boxes.

d. In the Description text box, enter a description for the alarm.

e. Click Commit.

The Alarms tab reappears. The new alarm is added to the bottom of the list.


Editing Alarms

To edit an existing alarm, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Alarms tab.

The Alarms tab appears with all the created alarms as shown in Figure 8-3.

Step 3 Click edit next to the alarm that you want to edit.

The Edit Alarm dialog box appears.

Step 4 Change the values in the text boxes and click Commit.

The Alarm tab reappears with the changed values.


Triggering Alarms

An alarm gets triggered when the trigger condition for that alarm is fulfilled, that is, the trigger condition that is set becomes True.

To trigger an existing alarm, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Alarms tab.

The Alarms tab appears with all the created alarms as shown in Figure 8-3.

Step 3 Click trigger next to the alarm that you want to trigger.

An event has been raised by the alarm, the system administrator needs to take appropriate action.
For more information about event states, see Using Event Manager.


Clearing Alarms

After an alarm is triggered, when the trigger condition becomes False, the alarm is cleared.

To clear a raised alarm, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Alarms tab.

The Alarms tab appears with all the created alarms as shown in Figure 8-3.

Step 3 Click clear next to the raised alarm that you want to clear.

For more information about event states, see Using Event Manager.


Deleting Alarms

To delete an existing alarm, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Alarms tab.

The Alarms tab appears with all the created alarms as shown in Figure 8-3.

Step 3 Click the minus symbol (-) to delete an existing alarm.

A confirmation message appears asking you to confirm the deletion of the alarm.

Step 4 Click Yes.

The Alarm tab reappears.


Managing Triggers

This section describes how to manage triggers and includes the following topics:

Creating Triggers

Editing Triggers

Configuring Targets

Deleting Triggers

Creating Triggers

To create a trigger, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Triggers tab.

Step 3 Click the plus symbol (+) button to create a trigger.

The Create new Trigger dialog box appears.

Step 4 In the Create new Trigger dialog box, perform the following steps:

a. From the Type drop-down list, choose the type of trigger.

b. In the Name text box, enter a name for the trigger.

c. Click Commit.

The Triggers tab reappears. The new trigger is added to the bottom of the list.


Editing Triggers

Based on the type of trigger that you configured in Step 4 of Creating Triggers, you can choose one of the following procedures to edit the triggers:

Editing Comparison Triggers

Editing Bound Triggers

Editing Comparison Triggers

To edit a comparison trigger, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Triggers tab.

Step 3 Click edit next to the comparison trigger that you want to edit.

The Edit Trigger dialog box appears.

Step 4 In the Edit Trigger dialog box, perform the following steps:

a. In the Name text box, rename the trigger.

b. From the Alarm when drop-down list, choose a trigger level.

c. Next to the Input node text box, click the ellipsis (...) button.

The Node Selector dialog box appears.

In the Node Selector dialog box, perform the following steps:

1. Select a node from the drop-down list. The file path appears in the Node location text box.

2. Click SAVE.

The Node Selector dialog box closes.

d. In the Constant value text box, enter a threshold value for the trigger.

e. In the Poll period text box, enter a time period (in seconds) of the polling interval.


Note The poll period refers to the frequency that the Mediator Manager evaluates the trigger condition. Because evaluating the trigger conditions consumes Mediator Manager resources, you should set the poll period to a minimum of two seconds and to a higher value if there are many triggers defined.


f. In the Hysteresis text box, specify the amount of time the trigger should wait before clearing the alarm.

g. In the Alarm delay text box, specify the amount of time the trigger should wait before raising the alarm.

Step 5 Click Commit.

The Triggers tab reappears. The edited trigger is available in the list.


Editing Bound Triggers

To edit a bound trigger, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Triggers tab.

Step 3 Click edit next to the bound trigger that you want to edit.

The Edit Trigger dialog box appears.

Step 4 In the Edit Trigger dialog box, perform the following steps:

a. In the Name text box, rename the trigger.

b. In the Source text box, click the ellipsis (...) button.

The Node Selector dialog box appears.

In the Node Selector box, perform the following steps:

1. Select a source under the /services/Alarm Manager path.

The file path appears in the Node location text box.

2. Click SAVE.tear

The Node Selector dialog box closes.

Step 5 Click Commit.

The Triggers tab reappears. The edited trigger is available in the list.


Configuring Targets

To configure a target, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Triggers tab.

Step 3 Click targets next to the desired trigger.

The Trigger Targets dialog box appears.

Step 4 In the Trigger Targets dialog box, perform the following steps:

a. Select the check box to select the desired alarm.

b. Click Commit.

The Triggers tab reappears.


Deleting Triggers

To delete a trigger, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Triggers tab.

Step 3 Click the minus symbol (-) button next to the trigger that you want to delete.

The Delete Trigger dialog box appears prompting you to confirm the operation.

Step 4 Click commit.

The Triggers tab reappears. The trigger is removed from the list.


Managing Alarm Exporters

This section describes how to manage alarm exporters and covers the following topics:

Creating Alarm Exporters

Editing Alarm Exporters

Adding Exporter Sources

Editing Exporter Formatter

Adding Exporter Transporter

Deleting Exporter Transporter

Creating Alarm Exporters

To create an alarm exporter, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Exporters tab.

The Exporters tab appears.

Step 3 Click the plus symbol (+) button to create an exporter.

The Create new Exporter dialog box appears.

Step 4 In the Create new Exporter dialog box, perform the following steps:

a. In the Name text box, enter the name for the exporter.

b. From the Format drop-down list, choose the message format from the following options:

Standard message

Named value

XML alarm schema

c. From the Transport drop-down list, choose the transport mechanism from the following options:

SMTP email

FTP

SFTP

Step 5 Click Commit.

The Exporters tab reappears. The new exporter appears at the bottom of the list.


Editing Alarm Exporters

To edit the alarm export, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Exporters tab.

Step 3 Click edit next to the exporter that you want to edit.

The Edit Alarm Logger dialog box appears.

Step 4 In the Edit Alarm Logger dialog box, perform the following steps:

a. In the Name text box, rename the exporter.

b. Click Commit.

The Exporters tab reappears. The edited exporter is available in the list.


Adding Exporter Sources

To add the exporter source, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Exporters tab.

Step 3 Click sources next to the exporter that you want to edit.

The Alarm Logger Export Triggers dialog box appears.

Step 4 In the Alarm Logger Export Triggers dialog box, perform the following steps:

a. From the Source drop-down list, choose the alarm source. Alarm Manager is the default.

b. Select the check boxes for the alarm states that you want the exporter to trigger.

c. Click commit.

The Success dialog box, confirming the operation is successful, appears.

d. Click OK.


Editing Exporter Formatter

To edit the exporter formatter, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Exporters tab.

Step 3 Click formatter next to the exporter that you want to edit.

The Edit Alarm Logger dialog box appears.

Step 4 In the Name text box, rename the formatter. The default name is Log Formatter.


Note We recommend that you do not change the default name.


Step 5 Click Commit.


Adding Exporter Transporter

Depending on the transport mechanism you select when creating an alarm exporter, you can add the following exporter transporters:

SMTP Exporter Transporter

FTP Exporter Transporter

SFTP Exporter Transporter

SMTP Exporter Transporter

To add an SMTP exporter transporter, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Exporters tab.

Step 3 Click transporter next to the exporter that you want to edit.

The Edit Transporter dialog box appears.

Step 4 In the Edit Transporter dialog box, perform the following steps:

a. In the Name text box, leave the default name.

b. Select the Authenticate check box if the e-mail server requires authentication.

c. In the User name text box, enter the username for the e-mail account on the mail server.

d. In the Password text box, enter the password of the mail server.

e. In the Custom domain text box, enter the e-mail message heading. You can leave this text box blank.

f. In the Recipients text box, enter e-mail addresses of the recipients and separate multiple addresses with commas.

g. Select the As attachment check box if the e-mail message must be sent as an attachment.

h. In the Subtype text box, enter html.

i. In the Host text box, enter the hostname or IP address of the e-mail server.

j. In the Subject text box, enter a description. This is the message that will appear in the e-mail.

k. In the Timeout (secs) text box, enter an upper limit for how long an export will attempt to send an e-mail.

l. In the Port text box, leave the port number as 25, which is the default port for SMTP.

m. In the Sender text box, enter an e-mail address. You can enter any properly formed e-mail address in this text box.

Step 5 Click Commit.


FTP Exporter Transporter

To add an FTP exporter transporter, perform the following steps:


Note Before performing the steps outlined in the procedure below, ensure that a destination FTP server is set up.



Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Exporters tab.

Step 3 Click transporter next to the exporter that you want to edit.

The Edit Transporter dialog box appears.

Step 4 In the Edit Transporter dialog box, perform the following steps:

a. In the Name text box, leave the default name.

b. In the Host text box, enter the IP address of your machine.

c. In the Port text box, enter the port number that is specified in your FTP client.

d. In the Directory text box, specify a shared local folder where the XML file with the alarm information will be exported.

e. In the User name text box, enter the username to log into your machine.

f. In the Password text box, enter the password to log into your machine.

g. In the Timeout (secs) text box, enter an upper limit for how long the export will be attempted.

h. In the File prefix text box, enter the file name for the XML file.

i. In the File suffix text box, enter the file name extension.

j. In the Name scheme text box, enter timestamp, so that the XML file records the actual time the alarm is generated.

k. Select the Passive Mode check box if you want to complete the FTP transport in passive mode. If you unselect this check box, active mode is used. This setting must correspond with the setting that is specified on the destination FTP server.

l. Select the File append check box to append a local file to a file on the remote computer, or to create a new file each time the data is exported.

Step 5 Click Commit.


SFTP Exporter Transporter

You can add an SFTP exporter transporter in much the same way as an FTP exporter transporter. For more information, see FTP Exporter Transporter.

Deleting Exporter Transporter

To delete the exporter transporter, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the Mediator Manager web client, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Exporters tab.

Step 3 Click the minus symbol (-) button next to the exporter that you want to delete.

The Delete Alarm Logger dialog box appears prompting you to confirm the operation.

Step 4 Click commit.

The Exporters tab reappears. The exporter is deleted from the list.


Managing Global Alarms

This section includes the following topics:

Creating a new Peer/Portal

Deleting a Peer/Portal

Creating a new Peer/Portal

To create a cloud formation, perform the following steps:


Step 1 In the web client homepage, click Events.

Step 2 Click the Cloud tab.

The Cloud tab appears as shown in Figure 8-6.

The tab displays Portal (if configured) on top, followed by the IP address of the Mediator Manager you are logged into, and the peers in the cloud.

Step 3 Click the plus (+) symbol to add a new peer/portal.

The Create new Peer/Portal dialog box appears.

Step 4 From the Type drop-down list, choose Peer or Portal, depending on whether you want to add a peer or portal to the cloud.

Step 5 Enter the IP address of a Mediator Manager in the Name text box, and click Commit to add a peer/portal to the cloud.

The added peer/portal appears in the list on the Cloud tab as shown in Figure 8-6.


Deleting a Peer/Portal

To delete a cloud formation, perform the following steps:


Step 1 Click the minus (-) symbol next to the Mediator Manager that you want to remove from the cloud. A confirmation message appears to confirm the deletion.

Step 2 Click Commit to delete the node from the Peer/Portal list.


Checking RSS Feeds

To create an RSS feed in the Events pane, perform the following steps:


Step 1 Open the browser and navigate to the syndication folder on a Mediator Manager.

For example, http://192.2.0.255/syndication

Step 2 The Cisco-distributed alarm management portal web page appears.

The portal web page displays the same set of events you would see in the Events pane.