Main Page

You access the Main management page for Event Hub by double-clicking on the Event Hub application within a grid in the left pane of the LifeCycle Manager and then clicking on the Manage Application link. You can also access it by accessing the Grid Management Pages, clicking the Applications link, and then clicking the Management Pages link for the Event Hub.

The Main page has two sections: Publishers and Subscribers. These sections display the following content:

Publishers Section

Column Description
Publisher Name A list of the names of all registered publishers for the Event Hub.
Status

The status of each publisher.

The three possible statuses are:

  • OK (a green check mark)

  • WARNING (a yellow exclamation point)

  • ERROR (red circle with white X)

You can hover the mouse over the status to display a tool time indicating the current state and any warning or error messages.

Last Connected The last date and time the publisher connected to the Event Hub.
Total Queued Events The current number of events in the queue. If this number is not 0, then the subscribers are either inactive, disconnected, or slow, and the cause should be investigated.
Subscribers This column displays a number that indicates the number of subscribers. The number is a link that you can click to go to the Subscriber page, which shows the subscribers for the selected publisher.

Subscribers Section

Column Description
Subscriber Name A list of the names of all registered subscribers for the Event Hub. Each name is a link you can click to go to the Subscriber page for that subscriber.
Status

The status of each subscriber

The three possible statuses are:

  • OK (a green check mark)

  • WARNING (a yellow exclamation point)

  • ERROR (red circle with white X)

You can hover the mouse over the status to display a tool time indicating the current state and any warning or error messages.

Last Connected The last date and time the subscriber connected to the Event Hub.
Total Queued Events The current number of events in the queue. If this number is not 0, then the subscriber is either inactive, disconnected, or slow, and the cause should be investigated.
Subscriptions This column displays a number that indicates the number of subscriptions. The number is a link that you can click to go to the Subscriptions page.
Delete link To delete a subscriber, click the red X (app-admin role required).