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  • Viewing Specific Services
    Event Services Dashboard shows how the Dashboard looks after you have drilled down into the event services view. The views for message publishers, senders, and subscribers are identical, except that subscribers do not require the buttons displayed in the other screens. The archive service and email service display status information as a table, not a graph.

    Event Services Dashboard
    The status of the individual service instance displays as a round, colored icon next to the instance name. See Viewing Services Summaries for a summary of the color codes.

    Status Color Code for Services Instance
    You can use the buttons to perform the following actions:
    Start all services if not already started.
    Stop all services if not already stopped.
    Suspend all services if not already suspended.
    Resume all services that have been suspended.
    Add a new instance of the service based on this session profile.
    Important: If an active event type is not registered with any event service, it still generates events in the qxevents database but they will never be processed. To prevent unwanted events from accumulating in the qxevents database, the system stops any event service that has registered source application with active event types not registered with any event service. When you start an event service, the system checks whether all the active event types within each of its registered source applications are registered with an event service. If not, the system shuts down the just started event service and displays a warning message. For information on event type registration, see Registering Event Types with an Event Service.
    Use the start and end time fields to limit the data displayed in the chart.
    You also can control services from the command line; for details, see Session Control Tool.