The purpose of the dashboard is to provide real-time results regarding the activities on your system. It provides a visual overview of the strategic data for your organisation at a glance, without having to navigate into the system.
In this section:
A block is a collection of transactions, each of which represents a read, write or other events within the system. Data contained within them is immutable, linking blocks using hashes which makes up the basis of a blockchain.
The blocks widget displays the following information:
- Block: Numerical identifier of the block
- Time: The date and time when the blocks were created
- Size: The total size of the block in kilobytes (KB)
- Transactions: Number of transactions made in that block
Click on a block to view additional details of the block. This includes details of the transactions contained within it, the hash of the block, and the hash of the block it follows in the chain.
A transaction is an event that has occurred within the system, this could be actions like a user reading a record, editing a record, logging in. If you replay all the events that have happened, then you can build the world state.
The transactions widget displays the following information:
- Transaction ID: Displays the Transaction ID for the transaction
- Timestamp: The date and time when the transaction was performed
Clicking on a transaction using the widget displays the following detailed information related to that transaction.
In this section, you can view the following system statistics: The number of blocks cut in the chain, record types and triggers created on the system.