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Relative time moving timeframe

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Relative time moving timeframe

Hi guys,

 

I need to create a widget that displays data from exactly 7 days in the past, say 1 hours worth.

 

Whenever the dashboards gets refreshed it will display that one hour of data that occured exactly 7 days in the past, so not a static date, but a rolling 1 hour window 7 days old.

 

Thoughts ? ideas ?

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Relative time moving timeframe
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Yogesh.Chouk
AppDynamics Team

Hi Frederic,

 

If we understand your requirement corrctly, you want to create a widget which will display the metric of past 7 days irrespective of dashboard time-range. Please confirm. If yes, please edit a widget update time-range as 'Use Widget Specific Time Range' and select past 1 week. Please refer the attached screenshots.

 

Please let us know if it helps or if there is any disconnect in understanding.

 

Thanks,

Yogesh



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I need 1 hour of data from 7 days ago.

Yogesh.Chouk
AppDynamics Team

Hi Frederic,

 

You should be getting 1-hour resolution data after 48 hours. There will be 1 data point for each 1 hour data, this will be upto 365 days. Please refer the below document link for better understanding of of rolling up of metric data.

https://docs.appdynamics.com/display/PRO43/Metric+Data+Resolution+over+Time#MetricDataResolutionover...

Hope it helps.

 

Thanks,

Yogesh



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