Currently its only possible to view calculated baseline values by querying the database.
Below is the query to get the RN_table (Raw QoS values) for a particular QoS on that particular device:
You have to replace the probe_name and dev_name(device name) to your respective probe and device name in Query 1.
Once executed it will return the RN_QOS_DATA_<num> and table_id for the particular QoS, Source and Target.
To then view the baseline values execute Query 2 where we are replacing R with B i.e, RN_QOS_DATA _<num> to BN_QOS_DATA_<num>. This will allow you to view the hourly baselines calculated in the 'samplevalue' column for the respective QoS Samples.
select d.dev_name, c.ci_name, q.r_table, qd.name, q.table_id, q.source, q.target from cm_Device d join CM_CONFIGURATION_ITEM c on d.dev_id = c.dev_id join CM_CONFIGURATION_ITEM_METRIC m on m.ci_id = c.ci_id join s_qos_data q on q.ci_metric_id = m.ci_metric_id join s_qos_definition qd on qd.qos_def_id = q.qos_def_id where d.probe_name in ('controller','cdm') and d.dev_name like '%dunry01%' order by 2
Using Query 1, this will identify the respective RN table and its table_id, replace the R with B as above (r_table is RN_QOS_DATA_0015) and execute it to get the baselines for desired QoS.