wiki:Software/Manual/Dashboard
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Dashboard Page

After you have logged in to RaptorWeb, the default dashboard page is displayed as shown in the screenshot below.

Overview

The dashboard page is designed to show overview information about authentications from your authentication infrastructure, displaying five different statistics:

  1. The number of authentications: this is the number of logins to different services that have been reported (if a single person logs into three resources, three authentications are reported).
  2. The number of unique users: this is the number of unique users (principal names) that have been reported (if a single person logs into three resources, one unique user is reported).
  3. The number of authentications represented as a graph)
  4. The top five resources by number of authentications. This will show the highest depth of usage of resources.
  5. The top five resources by number of unique users. This will show the highest breadth of usage of resources.

All of the statistics are automatically refreshed every 30 minutes, and the time of last refresh is shown on the top right hand corner of Raptor Web. This interval can be changed, see this page?

Options

Time Period

Each statistic can be displayed for four different time periods:

  1. Today - from the start of the day to the current local time.
  2. Last week - the current system time minus one week.
  3. Last month - the current system time minus one month.
  4. Last Year - the current system time minus one year.

The default is "today".

Authentication Systems

If you have configured multiple authentication systems to monitor (e.g. Shibboleth and EZproxy), you can switch between them.

Resource Categories

The following resource categories can be selected:

  1. Internal Resources - those resources marked as internal on the setup page?. An internal resource is classified as a resource that is internal to your organisation, and hence may not be aggregated upwards to another MUA, etc.
  2. External Resources - those resources that are marked as external, on the setup page?. An external resource is classified as a resource that is external to your organisation, and hence may be aggregated upwards to another MUA, etc.
  3. All - both internal and external resources.

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