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Getting Around in FUSE HQ

Navigation controls shows examples of some of the controls described in the sections that follow.

The FUSE HQ user interface is filled with the familiar blue text that indicates clickable links. Almost anywhere that the name of a resource or other entity appears, you can click it to jump to the logical place for focusing on that item. In the case of a resource, that place is usually the resource's Current Health screen (see Monitor tab (Current Health screen)).

These hyperlinks provide an intuitive way to find the information and tools that you need, so use them freely. Your browser's Back command makes it easy to return to your starting point.

At the top of most screens is a dark blue menu bar with options labeled Dashboard, Resources, Analyze, and Administration. Click these options and their sub-entries to go to the views described in The Dashboard and Other Views .

In addition to this main menu, various small menus with self-explanatory options appear as appropriate for different functional areas.

Immediately below the menu bar is a pale green locator bar that helps to orient you.

When you are looking at details for a specific resource, the locator bar shows a clickable "breadcrumb" path that includes, from left to right, the category, type, and name of the current resource. You can click either of the first two nodes in this path to navigate back to a browse list of all resources of the same type or category. In the example shown in Figure 2.1, clicking the first node displays a list of all servers; clicking the second node displays a list of servers of type ActiveMQ 5x.-fuse.

In other places in FUSE HQ, the locator bar simply shows the name of the current screen.

Click the FUSE HQ logo at the top left corner of any page to return to the Dashboard.