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What is Dashboard in FireFlink?

The dashboard is an information management section that tracks, gathers, and displays the Product

data in interactive and customizable visualizations that enable users to monitor the state of the Product.

There are 2 levels the of Dashboard:

    • All Projects Level: Overview of all the projects
    • Individual Projects Level: Overview of a selected Project.

Dashboard for ALL Projects:

Steps to Navigate for “All Project” level Dashboard:

      • Login to FireFlink.
      • The “All Projects” level will be selected by default for the user.
      • In the Left navigation menu, click on Dashboard.
      • You will be navigated to the Dashboard page.

  • On the above screen, you can see an empty Dashboard with no projects created.
  • In this Dashboard, we will display the storage of the license and will display the browsers and devices which are there in this license.

Dashboard for “All Projects”

  • In “All Projects level”, complete detailed information on all the Projects will be displayed.
  • Here we can see the status and efficiency of all the projects in the license.

The dashboard contains various Categories such as:

  1. Projects: Under projects, we have two sections mentioned below.


  1. Here we get types of Projects such as Web services, web, mobile, web & mobile, and Salesforce.
  2. They are represented by Donut Chart and at the center of the donut chart, It will display the total number of Projects irrespective of any Project Type.
  3. If you create a project in “Web” type and when you mouse hover on the donut chart it will reflect the total no. of Projects present, same followed by other Project Type.


  1. Here, we get the status of the Project such as Open, Close, and Archived.
  2. Which is Represented by Pie Chart.
  3. When the user is having the Project status and if the user hovers the mouse over

different statuses of projects in the pie chart, the particular status will be highlighted with a tooltip.

  1. All the status for the projects will be reflected in this Pie chart which also displays the count of the Projects which are Open, Close, and Archived.

  1. Users: This section provides information about users based on their “Status” and “Privileges”.


  1. In the Status section, we will get to know the status of No. of users involved in the project, which is represented in the donut chart such as Activation Pending, Active, and Disabled.
  2. When we add a User to the License, until the Activating the account of a particular License, the user will be in Activation Pending status.
  3. If the User’s account is activated and Logged in successfully, the user will be in Active Status.
  4. If the User changed the status from Active to Disable, then the user will be in Disabled status.


  1. In the privileges pie chart, we can see the number of Super Admin, Admins, Users

involved in the project as shown below

  1. You can give different privileges (Super Admin, Admin, User) to the users while adding the users to the License.


  • In a License, we can add a maximum of two “Super Admins”.

  1. Client:
    • In this section, users can witness detailed information on projects based on their OS.
    • In the header part of the client, we have a Dropdown, which is used to select the particular OS.

We have Sub-categories in Client Such as:

  1. OS: It represents the Operating System, like Windows, Linux, and Mac. Represented in the form of a Donut Chart.
  2. Browser & Version: It represents the count of Browsers and their Versions.
  3. Status: It represents the status of the system which is in Available, Inactive, Busy, or Disabled status.
  4. Access: It represents the status of systems that are in Private, Partial Public, and Public state in the form of a Bar Chart.
  5. Phone OS: It shows the number of Android and iOS Devices and their versions.


In this Section, we will get detailed information on memory that is assigned to that particular license.

And in the right compartment, we will provide the Statistics of the memory consumption based on the This Week, Month, Year, All.

Total Consumption:

    • Here we see memory Statuses like Total Memory, Assigned Memory, and Used Memory for the projects present in the license.

Consume Statistics:

    • Here it represents the consumed memory statistics on Weekly, Monthly, and Daily bases, as shown below.

    • Below the Memory section, we will display the Project Types like “Web”, “Mobile”, “Web &

Mobile”, “Web Services”, and “Salesforce” as a card types based upon the license they purchase.

    • On click of Web type card, we will display the Projects which are created by that Type.


    • For the C-basic license, you get Memory Storage of up to 5GB by default.
    • For a C-Professional license, you get Memory storage of up to 20GB by default.

Status of project based on Project Type:

    • Here, we can see the status of each and every project based on Project Type. i.e. for Web, Mobile, Web & Mobile, Web services, Salesforce. Such as:
    • Total No. Of Projects.
    • Assigned Memory.
    • Used Memory.

And Assigned Memory will be represented by Donut Chart and in that donut chart, we will display the Used Memory.

Dashboard for Individual Projects:

Under the Individual Project level, Dashboard will reflect only that particular Project.

Steps to Navigate the “Individual Project level” Dashboard:

    • Login to FireFlink.
    • Click on a project which is already created.
    • Click on the Dashboard section in the Left Navigation panel.
    • You will be navigated to the Dashboard section.

  • In the above screen, you can see the empty Dashboard with no resources has been created and displayed at the individual project level.
  • Once you Create and run the suites, it will start reflecting in Dashboard.
  • Here at the Top of the Dashboard, we will have an Overview of the Project. Such as
  1. Project Name: It displays the Name of the respective project.
  2. Project type: It displays the type of project i.e., Web services, web, mobile, web & mobile, Salesforce.
  3. Project Status: It displays the status of the Project Whether it is Open, Closed, or Archived.
  4. No. of Users: It displays the No. of Active users in the respective project.


It has a different tab for respective features, which displays only Counts of the resources such as,

    1. Suites: It displays the count of suites in the project.
    2. Script: It displays the count of Scripts in the project.
    3. Project Element: It displays the count of Project Elements in the project.
    4. Program Element: It displays the count of Program Element in the Project.
    5. Step Groups: It displays the number of Steps Groups created in the Project.
    6. Test Data Files: it displays the count of Test Data Files in the Project.
    7. Project Environment Variable: It displays the count of Project Variable in the Project.
    8. Global Variable: It displays the count of Global variables in the project. As shown below.

Execution Suites:

  • This section will be reflected on the dashboard, once the suites are executed.
  • Here, it displays the total No. of suits created in the Project.
  • In the Execution suite, the status of Execution Suits that is Pass, Fail, Not Run, Skipped, Warning, and terminated is represented in the Bar graph.
  • Here you can also See the details of the Suites in the center block of Execution Suites.
    1. Users can check the data of other suites also from the “Show data for” Dropdown.
    2. Users can also change the machine from the “Machine Name” Dropdown.
    3. It will also display the details of the project as shown on the Screen.
  • In the Right Compartment, the user can see the pass and Fail “Modules”, and “Scripts” in the project which is represented by Donut Chart.


It is a Section where we get detailed information on memory for that particular Project like the

Total memory occupied and also user can check the memory statistics on the bases of This Week, Month, Year, and All.

Individual Consumption:

      • Here we see memory Statuses like Assigned Memory and Used Memory.
      • Which is represented by the Donut chart.

Consume Statistics:

      • Here it represents the memory status on a Weekly, Monthly, and Daily bases, and also you can see the data for a particular period of time, as shown below.

      • At the bottom of the page, we have features in which the storage will be consumed and also which calculate the “Total Available Memory” and “Used Memory” for the features such as:
  1. Test data Files.
  2. Screenshots.
  3. Videos.
  4. External Libraries.
      • These tabs are represented by the Donut chart and at the center, it displays the Assigned memory.
      • Based on the Used Memory, the Total available memory should get updated.

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