One key feature of any drawing is the graphic used to represent the elements. This graphic is called a node style. The default node style is the Gradient Bubble, which displays rounded rectangles containing the element name with a fill color corresponding to the element’s condition.
Operations Center ships with many node style examples that can be accessed from under> > . A library of three dimensional technology-related node styles (with 2 condition fill options for most) can be found under > > > .
The following sections cover creating, applying, and managing node styles:
Section 6.1, Understanding the Node Style and the Node Style Library
Section 6.6, Associating Custom Graphics with Classes and Elements
Section 6.7, Stacked Container Example: Toggling Graphics Based on Condition State