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1. Objectives

This article explains how to use the Transactions Data Provider.

2. Supported Renderers

The Transactions data provider supports the following list of renderers:

  •   Line Chart
  • Column chart
  • Pie Chart
  • Bar Chart
  • Stacked Column Chart

Here is an example of a displayed data using the Transactions data provider with the Column Chart renderer:

3. Attributes Description

The Transactions has 2 tabs for attributes:

  • Transactions
  •  DrillDown

To configure a gadget in the OCC Dashboard for the Transactions data provider:

  • Select the /STDF/DP_Transactions option as a data provider
  • Select a renderer

3.1 Transactions Tab

This tab has 5 columns

  • System

Select a system from the available list 

  • Transaction

Select a transaction or multiple transactions from the available list

Ps: Only 500 transactions could be filtered, if you want to choose an extra one other than the 500 transactions you can add it manually in the expert mode=

  • Report

Select a report or multiple reports from the available list

Ps: Only 500 Reports are available in the list, if you want to choose an extra one other than the 500 reports you can add it manually in the expert mode

  • Task

Select a task or multiple tasks from the available list

  • Metric

Select a metric from the available list

3.2 DrillDown Tab

You can select Transaction, Task or Report to apply DrillDown

4. How to validate

The results returned by those queries displayed in the OCC dashboard will be compared with the Query Monitor application.

Here is an example of a supported query validation:

We have selected the following attributes as shown in the screenshot:





The displayed chart is: 

To access the Query Monitor, execute the RSRT1 transaction.

Once the application is launched:

1. Enter the appropriate query 0CCMSMTPH_WA_Q0002_H for the dynamic table rendrer Or 0CCMSMTPH_WA_Q0001_H for the rest of the rendrers in the query field  

2. Click on ‘Execute’ button. 

3. Enter the appropriate filters 

Now check that the data displayed in the chart is the same as the one displayed by Query Monitor.

For example:



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