The status table provides a visual representation of the status of connected servers and their resources. It shows:

  • the state of each server in the top row
  • the global (cross-server) state and the parent-child relationships of each resource in the left-most column
  • the state of each resource on each server in the remaining cells

The states of the servers and resources are shown using graphics, text and color. An empty table cell under a server indicates that a particular resource has not been defined on that server.

If you select a server or a resource instance in the status table, detailed state information and a context-sensitive toolbar for that item are shown in the properties panel. You can also pop up the appropriate server context menu or resource context menu for any item by right-clicking on that cell.

The status table is split into two sections. The relative sizes of the left and right sections can be modified by moving the divider between them. The status table can also be collapsed to show only the highest level items in the hierarchy trees. Collapsing or expanding resource items in the tree causes the hierarchies listed in the table to also expand and collapse.


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