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When you open the WSO2 SP Status Dashboard, the  Node Overview  page is displayed by default. If you want to view all the Siddhi applications deployed in your WSO2 SP setup, click on the App View tab (marked in the image below). The App Overview tab opens and all the Siddhi applications that are currently deployed are displayed as shown in the image below.

The status is displayed in green for active Siddhi applications, and in red for inactive Siddhi applications.

If no Siddhi applications are deployed in your WSO2 SP setup, the following message is displayed.


The Siddhi applications are listed under the deployment mode in which they are deployed (i.e., Single Node DeploymentHA Deployment, and Distributed Deployment). 

If your WSO2 SP setup is a distributed deployment, only the parent Siddhi applications are displayed in this tab.

 

The following information is displayed for each Siddhi aplication.

  • Siddhi Application: The name of the Siddhi application.
  • Status: This indicates whether the Siddhi application is currently active or inactive.
  • Deployed Time: The time duration that has elapsed since the Siddhi application was deployed in the SP setup.
  • Deployed Node: The host and the port of the SP node in which the Siddhi application is displayed.

The purpose of this tab is to check the status of all the Siddhi applications that are currently deploed in the SP setup.

If you click on a Siddhi Application under Single Node Deployment or HA Deployment, information specific to that Siddhi application is displayed as explained in Viewing Statistics for Siddhi Applications.

If you click on the parent Siddhi application under Distributed Deployment, information specific to that parent Siddhi application is displayed as explained in Viewing Statistics for Parent Siddhi Applications.

If you click on a deployed node, information specific to that node is displayed as explained in Viewing Node-specific Pages.



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