Whether you are a new OMEGAMON user or a seasoned professional, you might have noticed that many of the fields by default show up in reverse video with different colors. You will see mostly red and yellow, but others are also possible. This is because by default OMEGAMON sets thresholds values for certain fields by changing the state of those fields.
In this video, the concept of thresholds is explained, along with how to see the defaults and set values that are appropriate for your environment. Whether you are a CICS user or not this video will be applicable for any member of the OMEGAMON family. The demonstration in this video is using OMEGAMON for CICS.
You can watch some previously posted videos on getting started with OMEGAMON for CICS:Getting Started with IBM OMEGAMON e3270UIOrganizing CICS regions into OMEGAMON monitoring CICSplexsUsing the CONTEXT Command to group regions into USERGRPs for viewing