The historical data search engine can locate any event data that passes through a particular SEM Manager instance. You can use the historical data search to conduct custom searches, investigate your search results and event data, and then act on your findings.
You can still access historical data in the legacy Flash console underExplore > nDepth.
Learn how to build a search query here.
Use historical search to do the following:
Since certain searches parameters can result in huge number of matching results and thus negatively
impact performance, SEM limits the number of events that are retrieved. For more on this, seeEvent Limits.
To view historical events:
Records appear in a table or list view. To change the view, select an option from the More drop-down list.
If no results appear, place your mouse pointer in the search builder box, and then press Enter.
The number of events that match this search is displayed.
Click the information icon for more information.
To change the maximum limit, seeSet search and filter thresholds.
You can select a quick pick, or set a specific date and time range.
Learn how to create search queries here, and export your results here.