16.50 - Hiding Alerts Basics - Teradata Workload Management

Teradata® Viewpoint User Guide

Teradata Viewpoint
Teradata Workload Management
January 2021
User Guide

By default, the Alerts view displays all alerts that have been generated. You can hide some alerts so they no longer appear in the summary list. For example, you might want to hide all alerts generated for database space conditions or alerts associated with conditions that were subsequently resolved.

You can also display hidden alerts, and then unhide them. When you display hidden alerts, the alert rows appear with a line through them, and their associated severity indicators appear as unfilled squares. If you click the alert to view its details, the severity indicator next to the alert name also indicates the hidden state of the alert.

If you hide alerts in one of the following, the alerts are hidden in the other two:
  • Alert Viewer portlet
  • Viewpoint Dashboard
  • Viewpoint Mobile

The Settings view allows you to display previously hidden alerts.