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 The request is formulated in the //​[[msg|]]//,​ in the top left corner of the window. Specify the following parameters: The request is formulated in the //​[[msg|]]//,​ in the top left corner of the window. Specify the following parameters:
-  - Select a unit. The dropdown list contains not all the units available to you, but only the units from the [[user/​monitor/​list|work list]] of the monitoring panel. In case the worklist is empty (when the [[user/​monitor/​list#​dynamic_work_list|dynamic work list]] is used or when units were deleted from the work list manually), the units to which you possess the corresponding rights are displayed. ​The button in the shape of a spanner located to the right of the dropdown list serves to open the [[cms/​units/​units#​unit_properties_dialog|Unit Properties dialog]].\\  +  - Select a unit. The dropdown list contains not all the units available to you, but only the units from the [[user/​monitor/​list|work list]] of the monitoring panel. In case the worklist is empty (when the [[user/​monitor/​list#​dynamic_work_list|dynamic work list]] is used or when units were deleted from the work list manually), the units to which you possess the corresponding rights are displayed. ​button in the shape of a spanner located to the right of the dropdown list serves to open the [[cms/​units/​units#​unit_properties_dialog|Unit Properties dialog]].\\  
-  - Specify the time interval to show messages for.{{ ​ :​msg:​query.png?​nolink}} The principle of interval adjustment is the same as in the reports (see [[../​reports/​query/​query|]]). The second and fourth steps can be combined if you choose one of the //quick intervals// (the buttons ​//Today//, //​Yesterday//,​ //Week//, and //Month//). \\ +  - Specify the time interval to show messages for.{{ ​ :​msg:​query.png?​nolink}} The principle of interval adjustment is the same as in the reports (see [[../​reports/​query/​query|]]). The second and fourth steps can be combined if you choose one of the //quick intervals// (the //Today//, //​Yesterday//,​ //Week//, and //​Month// ​buttons). \\ 
   - Select the message type from the dropdown list (each type is described in detail below):​\\  ​   - Select the message type from the dropdown list (each type is described in detail below):​\\  ​
     * **[[data|data messages]]**,​     * **[[data|data messages]]**,​
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     * **[[reg|registered events]]**,     * **[[reg|registered events]]**,
     * **[[log|log]]**.\\ \\      * **[[log|log]]**.\\ \\ 
-  - At the end, press the //​Execute// ​button. The table will be generated in the right part of the window. To clear the table (and the map), press //​Clear//​.  ​+  - At the end, click //​Execute//​. The table will be generated in the right part of the window. To clear the table (and the map), press //​Clear//​.  ​
  
 :!: //​Note.//​\\ ​ :!: //​Note.//​\\ ​
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 To change the chronological order of the messages, click on the heading of the //Time// column. The current sorting direction is shown by the arrows: {{:​icons:​arrow-down.png?​nolink}} — for the direct order; {{:​icons:​arrow-up.png?​nolink}} — for the reverse one. This setting is remembered by the system and used until you change it manually. To change the chronological order of the messages, click on the heading of the //Time// column. The current sorting direction is shown by the arrows: {{:​icons:​arrow-down.png?​nolink}} — for the direct order; {{:​icons:​arrow-up.png?​nolink}} — for the reverse one. This setting is remembered by the system and used until you change it manually.
  
-The width of the columns can be adjusted. To do this, move the cursor to the border of the column, click the left mouse button and while holding it, drag the border to the desired direction. If you want to expand the table, ​press the //Set column auto width// button so that the letter //A// appears there {{:​icons:​autowidth.gif?​nolink}}. In this case, the column width will be set according to contents in the cells. To save the column width when moving through the pages, make the button inactive {{:​icons:​autowidth0.gif?​nolink}}. Note that when loading many messages (500, 1000 per page), it is better to disable the column auto width because it can considerably slow down the loading process especially if the number of parameters differs from one message to another. ​+The width of the columns can be adjusted. To do this, move the cursor to the border of the column, click the left mouse button and while holding it, drag the border to the desired direction. If you want to expand the table, ​click on the //Set column auto width// button so that the letter //A// {{:​icons:​autowidth.gif?​nolink}} ​is displayed there. In this case, the column width will be set according to contents in the cells. To save the column width when moving through the pages, make the button inactive ​({{:​icons:​autowidth0.gif?​nolink}}). Note that when loading many messages (500, 1000 per page), it is better to disable the column auto width because it can considerably slow down the loading process especially if the number of parameters differs from one message to another. ​
  
-The contents of the table are adjustable. It is possible to hide and display any column. To display the columns, click the {{:​icons:​customizer.png?​nolink}} ​button ​in the right bottom corner of the window. Then select the columns you need in the dropdown list. Note that all the columns cannot be hidden simultaneously. If sensors are displayed, each of them has its own column that can be enabled or disabled. By default, only [[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|visible sensors]] are displayed (the rest can be enabled manually). ​+The contents of the table are adjustable. It is possible to hide and display any column. To display the columns, click on the button ​{{:​icons:​customizer.png?​nolink}} in the right bottom corner of the window. Then select the columns you need in the dropdown list. Note that all the columns cannot be hidden simultaneously. If sensors are displayed, each of them has its own column that can be enabled or disabled. By default, only [[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|visible sensors]] are displayed (the rest can be enabled manually). ​
  
 ===== Messages Filter ===== ===== Messages Filter =====
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 The search of input/​output values is carried out according to the principle //if any of the values is equal, greater or less//, that is, the query //I / O <2// will include //I/O = 0/2// among the results, since there is a value //0//, which is less than //2//. The search of input/​output values is carried out according to the principle //if any of the values is equal, greater or less//, that is, the query //I / O <2// will include //I/O = 0/2// among the results, since there is a value //0//, which is less than //2//.
  
-To apply the filter, press //Enter// or the //Apply// button ​on the right of the filer. After this, messages that contain the requested parameters or text will be displayed in the table. To remove the filter and show all available messages again, clear the query text field and apply the filter again. If the filter is applied, the number of found (filtered) messages is displayed on the left. +To apply the filter, press //Enter// or click on the //Apply// button ​to the right of the filer. After this, messages that contain the requested parameters or text will be displayed in the table. To remove the filter and show all available messages again, clear the query text field and apply the filter again. If the filter is applied, the number of found (filtered) messages is displayed on the left. 
  
 :!: //​Attention!//​\\ The filter only works on the current page with messages. However, when you go through the pages, the filter is applied to each new page automatically. ​ :!: //​Attention!//​\\ The filter only works on the current page with messages. However, when you go through the pages, the filter is applied to each new page automatically. ​
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 The message can be deleted if you think it is invalid. To delete messages you need to have enough the appropriate access to the unit. The message can be deleted if you think it is invalid. To delete messages you need to have enough the appropriate access to the unit.
  
-In the last column of the table, mark the messages that should be deleted (one or more). Then click the //Delete// button {{:​icons:​del.png?​nolink}} and confirm your intentions. If the checkbox in the header of the table is ticked, all messages on the current page will be selected. ​+In the last column of the table, mark the messages that should be deleted (one or more). Then click on the //Delete// button ​({{:​icons:​del.png?​nolink}}and confirm your intentions. If the checkbox in the header of the table is ticked, all messages on the current page will be selected. ​
  
 After the operation, the newly deleted messages still remain in the table but become inactive. The next time when you load messages, the deleted messages will be completely removed from the database. ​ After the operation, the newly deleted messages still remain in the table but become inactive. The next time when you load messages, the deleted messages will be completely removed from the database. ​
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