Numerous views and charts help you oversee and see through your Notes client landscape from within the MarvelClient Analyze database:


ViewDescriptionUse Cases
Users\by State and Upl(oad)KeyShows all client data categorized by Audited state
(Up to date or Updated since last audit)

Audit new and changed documents

Users\by Notes-Name

Shows all client data sorted by abbreviated Notes username
(e.g., florian vogler/panagenda)

NOTE: by default a user can have more than one document,
as data is uploaded for each client release on each computer.
In other words, if a user uses multiple machines and/or mulitple
client releases, there will be a document for each machine and each release.

Also note that you can limit multiple documents per users via
[Administration\Cleanup & more] in combination with the (Cleanup) agent.

Lookup client details by Notes user
Users\by Notes-Name\HierarchicalCategorized right to left by certifier, e.g., panagenda\DevelopmentOverview of users by Certifier; also see Charts → Certifiers, Charts→ Certifiers  - 1-Level
Users\by Date last uploadedCategorized by YYYY\MM of last update

See how often users restart their clients and/or look at client data from decommissioned users.

Also see Charts → Upload Dates

NOTE: You can also automatically cleanup documents not updated within xx days via
[Administration\Cleanup & more] in combination with the (Cleanup) agent.

Users\by Startup\ShutdownCategorized by Client last started on ...\YYYY\MM /
Client last shutdown on ...\YYYY\MM

Useful to see how long users leave clients running and whether the majority shuts down Notes at the end of each day.

For Essentials customers, this view is only useful if PMC_ShutdownEnabled=1 is set in notes.ini;
simply enable the following readily configured Action in the Config database:

Users\Cloud Onboarding Status

Categorized by Cloud Onboarding status (if applicable)

Used to track Cloud Onboarding with the MarvelClient Cloud module

Also see Charts → Mailcloud Onboarding Status

Users\Cloud Onboarding Status\by OnPrem Server

Categorized by On Premises Mail server and Onboarding status (if applicable)

Used to track Cloud Onboarding status by On Premises Mail server with the MarvelClient Cloud module

Also see Charts → Mailcloud Onboarding by OnPrem Server

Users\by Mail ServerCategorized by user's mail server according to current location
from when uploading data into the Analyze database
View all users by mail server; also see Charts → Mail Servers
Users\waiting for deletionDisplays all documents that have only been soft deleted and are waiting for final deletionSee also: Administration\Cleanup & more
My Favorites

Displays any documents dragged and dropped into this folder for each user of the Analyze database

Useful for Administrators who want to keep an eye on select documents
Self-created FoldersDisplays any custom views or folders (if applicable)

Only visible with role [ShowFolders]

You can add any custom views or folders to the MarvelClient Analyze database
- just make sure you set the design property "Prohibit design refresh or replace to modify" for each such view/folder.

OS / HW\by Operating System

Categorized by operating system (Mac 64 Bit, Windows 32 Bit, Windows 64 Bit)
with subcategory of detailed version, e.g.:

Useful to see how many users use which type and version of OS.
OS / HW\by Client HW Type

Categorized by type of hardware\chassis type

Useful to see how many users use which type of hardware and chassis; also see Charts → Machine Types
OS / HW\by ResourcesFlat view showing % and MB of free disk space for both Notes data and program directory
(in case they are on different disks), memory MB total and free.

Useful to identify installations with insufficient disk space and/or memory prior to an updgrade.
Data is color coded (green=ok, orange=worth a look, red=issue).
Less than 20% free disk space is considered an issue due to performance degradation of disk drives with less free space (especially solid state disks/SSD drives).
Less than 100 MB free memory is considered an issue, less than 200 MB are worth a look.

OS / HW\by Computername

Categorized by operating system computer name;
Citrix clients are displayed as - Citrix -\Hostname

Useful to lookup users/configurations/installations per computer
OS / HW\by OS UsernameCategorized by operating system user nameUseful to lookup users/configurations/installations per operating system login; think: Administrator or shared workstations
OS / HW\by IP-AddressCategorized by IPv4\Segment\s and IPv6\Segment\sView all clients categorized by the corresponding IP segments; also see Charts → IPv4 Address Segments
OS / HW\by Screen ResolutionCategorized by ResX*ResY (total screen estate in case of multiple monitors)Helpful to identify lowest used and most commonly used resolution for application modernization purposes
OS / HW\by OS LocaleCategorized by current operating system locale settings, e.g. en-US or de-DEHelpful to see number of different operating system locale settings for client upgrades and language packs
Notes\by Notes & MC Rel.

Categorized by various keys to identify Notes deployment and release details, inconsistencies, MarvelClient details and much more - for example:

Identify number of users per Notes major and details release

Identify client deployment inconsistencies (see WARNINGs in sample screenshot on the left)

Identify number of users per MarvelClient release, Eclipse plugin details and more

Identify multi-user vs. single user installations, both with or without shared data directory

Identify basic vs. standard vs. ICAA vs. Notes browser plugin clients

Also see Charts → Notes Releases

Notes\by OS and Notes Rel.Categorized by Operating System Release\Notes Client ReleaseHelpful to see deployment of Notes releases as per operating system
Notes\by DirectoryCategorized by Fullpath to each of the following directories/folders:
Notes Data, Notes Program, Notes Shared Data and Notes.ini
Useful to identify installation that deviate from / do not correspond to the corporate standard / match expectations
Notes\Runtime AnalysisCategorized by number of seconds used by each Notes/MC/Notes+MC to start/shutdown/execute the most relevant proceduresUsed to identify performance issues, network issues, end user frustration and more
Notes\Latency AnalysisCategorized by download and upload network latency per Domino server for which latency was measured

A network latency of 20 ms or greater usually leads to frustrated and unhappy end users due to slow performance when using server-side databases.
Requires MarvelClient Basic

Notes\Mail Overview

Categorized by Mail Working Mode and possible issues, for example:

Useful to oversee and investigate how users work with mail, whether on the server, via a local replica or a managed mail replica, and to see configuration issues

MarvelClient for Nomad

ViewDescriptionUse Cases
Nomad\by EntryShows all Nomad entries

Audit new and changed documents

Nomad\by Computername

Categorized by operating system computer (device) name

Useful to lookup users/configurations/installations per device
Nomad\by OS UsernameCategorized by operating system user nameUseful to lookup users/configurations/installations per username especially on shared mobile devices
Nomad\Initial DownloadShows when users or devices downloaded their first MC configuration

Follow roll out process

Nomad\Recent Apps\by Entry

Lists the Notes databases which are used on HCL Nomad clients and therfore show up in the recent apps screen on the device.
This view is categorized by database and further by position (1-12) and finally by users which had it on this position at their last sync with the Analyze database

Usefull to evaluate the Notes application usage on mobile devices

Nomad\Recent Apps\by Notes UserThis view displays the recent apps categorized by userMonitor the mobile device Domino application usage of your VIPs to order to e.g. get an impression about how newly introduced worflows are actually used