OMEGAMON IMS V4.20 added quite a few new workspaces. You may have noticed a new one called the IMS Health workspace. This workspace tracks a lot of useful rate/workload counters on a single display, such as enqueue/dequeue rates, CPU rates, I/O rates, and transaction queue depth. It's a handy screen to track several useful counters from a single display.
But what if when you go to the workspace you don't get any information? There is probably a step you need to take to enable the workspace. Ironically, in the RKLVLOG for the OMEGAMON IMS TEMA task you may see the following eyecatcher:
KIPDCI35W RKANPAR(KIPIFPRM) MEMBER NOT FOUND
KIPDCI38W IMS HEALTH COLLECTOR IS DISABLED; ADD IF1_HEALTH_COLLECTOR=ON IN RKANPAR(KIPIFPRM) TO ENABLE
If you see this eyecatcher, just follow the instructions. Add the member with the parm as shown in the eyecatcher, recycle the TEMA and you are in business. Here's an example: