Renderer options in custom views

When you configure custom views using the Summary table, System details, System data explorer, or Business Driver data explorer template, you can configure tables in those custom views. While configuring tables, you must select renderers to display the values of columns in those tables. 

There are several renderers available. The following table lists the renderers in detail:

RendererDescription Parameters
to configure
Alert

Displays the alert status for the column according to the input value. The following alert icons are displayed:

: Indicates that the value is below good and warning thresholds

: Indicates that the value is between good and warning thresholds.

: Indicates that the value is above all the thresholds.

Specify the threshold values. You can select from the available threshold values in the list, or directly type a value. If you select the Show also value check box, the numerical value is also displayed, along with the icons.

  • Good threshold
  • Warn threshold
  • Show also value check box
Bar

Displays the values for that column in the form of horizontal bars. 

Specify the threshold values. You can select from the available threshold values in the list, or directly type a value.

The colors of the bars indicate whether the values are below, between or above the specified thresholds:

  • Green: Indicates that the value is below good and warning thresholds.
  • Yellow: Indicates that the value is between good and warning thresholds.
  • Red: Indicates that the value is above all the thresholds.
  • Blue: Indicates that no thresholds are specified.
  • Good threshold
  • Warn threshold
  • Max value
Custom mapping

Displays the column value in colored text based on the defined mapping between the text and a color.

Click + Add mapping.

In the Mapping<#> field, type the values of the column that you want to map to a color. You can type multiple words, separated by commas (,).

In the Map to field, type the text to display.

For example, you can configure the the text to be green if it matches any word in a list of predefined words, like Good, Ok, Valid, Running and so on.

You can define an undefined number of mappings, by specifying a color using the color picker and a list of comma-separated words that will trigger the corresponding color.

  • Mapping<#>
  • Map to
  • Color
  • Match case check box
Link

Hyperlinks the name of the box title to a specified page.

Select the page that you want to open when you click on the box title. You can link to a page in a different view.

Select a drill down page to enable link list
Multibar

Displays the values for that column in a multiple bars. To display multiple bars, you must first add bars using the + Add bar button and configure each bar.

Specify the threshold values for each bar. You can select from the available threshold values in the list, or directly type a value.

Additionally, you can type a custom label for each bar.

  • Good threshold
  • Warn threshold
  • Max value
  • Custom label
Number

Displays the value for that column in a numerical form.

Select the unit of measurement from the Measurement unit list. The units available are based on the metric selected, that is if you select a size-specific metric, size-related units like GB,TB and so on are available for selection.

Specify the threshold values. You can select from the available threshold values in the list, or directly type a value.

You can also choose to display the values as integers by selecting the Show integer values check box.

  • Good threshold
  • Warn threshold
  • Measurement unit
  • Show integer values check box
TextDisplays the value as text.NA
Trend

Displays a value and an icon that denotes whether the trend is growing, shrinking, or stable. The stability range is fixed between +5 to -5 percentage. If the value is not a percentage, you can specify a Max value to use to scale that value.

The following trends are supported:

Positive: The input value is above 5 percent (of the specified max value), and is denoted by a icon

Negative: The input value is below 5 percent (of the specified max value), and is denoted by a icon.

Stable: The input value is between 5 and -5 percent (of the specified max value). No icon is displayed, as the trend is stable.

Max value

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