Using the table in this screenshot as an example, I'd like to have a shape that displays the alarm color representing the rows that have the phrase "BNC-5". In this instance the shape should be red, representing the alarm status of the first two rows.
I tried using the Parameter shape data, but Parameter shape data can only link to one PID (i.e. one column) - I think.
The other option I could think of is to create a service and filter the rows for "BNC-5". But this is not ideal for my use case as I would have to create hundreds of services.
What's the best way to achieve this?
This should be possible through the ParametersSummary shape data.
- From DataMiner 9.6.7 onwards, it is possible to refer to several rows, a column, or a full table. For instance, to refer to all rows that start with "SL", you can specify "101/201:500:SL*". To refer to a column, specify the column parameter, e.g. "101/201:501". To refer to an entire table, specify the table parameter, e.g. "101/201:500".
For your case, you could use "101/201:500:SL*", in which the first part represents the DataMinerID/ElementID, the second part the table parameter id and the last part the display key filter (eg *BNC-5*).