DisplayTypeConstants enumeration

Determines how the performance counter data is graphed, for example, as a line graph or a histogram.

Syntax


typedef enum  { 
  sysmonLineGraph         = 1,
  sysmonHistogram         = 2,
  sysmonReport            = 3,
  sysmonChartArea         = 4,
  sysmonChartStackedArea  = 7
} DisplayTypeConstants;

Constants

sysmonLineGraph

Counter values are displayed in a line graph. Each marker on the line graph represents a data value.

sysmonHistogram

Counter values are displayed as a histogram.

sysmonReport

Counter values are displayed in a report format. Only the current value for each counter is displayed.

sysmonChartArea

Counter values are displayed as a line graph. The area between the line and the x-axis is shaded. You can only use this option if the source of the counter data is a log file.

sysmonChartStackedArea

Counter values are displayed as a line graph. The line graph for each counter is stacked one upon the other. The area between the line and the x-axis or adjacent counter is shaded. You can only use this option if the source of the counter data is a log file.

If the sum of all the counter values exceeds the maximum scale value of the graph, SYSMON uses an appropriate scale value for each counter in order to fit the counters within the maximum scale value of the graph.

Remarks

The following enumeration values were introduced in Windows Vista.

  • sysmonChartArea
  • sysmonChartStackedArea

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]

Header

ISysmon.h

See also

SystemMonitor.DisplayType

 

 

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