Menu Board Health Monitor

The following introduces the Menu Board Health Monitor features:

Health Monitor Statuses

Determine if DMB media players have the latest content and software. Pinpoint any issues affecting the controller.

Search the Menu Board Health Monitor

Create and save searches for specific information for future use.

Filters

Define filters to refine search results.

Create a View

Create and save preferred data views for future use.

Health Monitor Statuses

Reference the Menu Board Health Monitor to view the status of each DMB media player at a specific site. The following describes DMB statuses. Contact Xenial Support to resolve media player issues.

Status

Description

Response OK/Content OK

The media player is online and updated with the latest available content and software.

Content or Version Discrepancy

The media player is online, but it is NOT updated with the latest available content and/or software.

No Response In 24+ Hours

The media player has not reported to The Portal in twenty-four (24) hours or more.

High CPU Temperature

The internal temperature of the media player is over 80°C (175°F).

Time Zone

One or more media players is configured with the wrong time zone.

View Health Monitor Status Details

To view the status details for a specific site:

  1. From the Health Monitor site list, select the site.

  2. Hover the cursor over a status icon to view additional details.

Search the Menu Board Health Monitor

Helpful Menu Board Health Monitor topics about the Search feature:

Create a Search

To search for information on the Menu Board Health Monitor:

  1. From the first dropdown, select the desired search criteria.

  2. From the second dropdown, select the desired option.

  3. In the provided field, type the desired value.

  4. Select Search.

To save a search for future use:

  1. From the dropdown on the second search menu bar, select Create.

  2. In the provided field, type a descriptive name for the search.

  3. From the dropdown, select Create a second time.

To run a saved search:

  1. From the Saved Searches dropdown on the second search menu bar, select the search.

  2. From the second dropdown, select Run.

To update a saved search:

  1. From the Saved Searches dropdown on the second search menu bar, select the search.

  2. Update the search criteria, as needed.

  3. From the second dropdown, select Update.

To delete a saved search:

  1. From the Saved Searches dropdown on the second search menu bar, select the search.

  2. From the second dropdown, select Delete.

Refine a Search

To refine existing search results:

  1. From the Saved Searches dropdown on the second search menu bar, select the search.

  2. From the dropdown, select Run to view the search results.

  3. From the first search menu bar, select the desired criteria to refine the search results.

  4. From the dropdown, select the desired option:

    • Refine - Apply the defined criteria to the existing search results.

    • Remove - Remove results that match the defined criteria.

    • Add - Add results that match the defined criteria.

Apply a Filter

Apply one or more DMB status filters to refine search results on the Menu Board Health Monitor.

For example, select No Response in 24+ Hours to view search results for sites that are experiencing this issue.

Select a filter a second time to remove it. Select Reset Filter to remove all applied filters.

Export Search Results

To export search results to a .CSV file:

  1. From the top of the screen, select the Export icon.

  2. Select the desired option:

    • Use Selected Results - Download a spreadsheet that contains each selected result on the first page of returns (maximum of fifty (50) results).

    • Use Matching Results - Download a spreadsheet that contains each return that matches the search (no maximum).

Create a View

Create and save preferred data views on the Menu Board Health Monitor for future use. Existing views are listed in the Views field in the upper-left of the Menu Board Health Monitor.

To create a view:

  1. Next to each column heading, select the triangle to open a menu.

  2. From the menu, select the desired option:

    • Add Column - Add a column to the view. For example, add a column for an additional DMB.

    • Remove Column - Remove the column from the view.

    • Change Field - Select the information to display in this column.

  3. From the upper-left, select Create View.

  4. Select Rename View to assign a descriptive name to the view.