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Are there limitations to the custom HTML maps element?

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Hi,

I've been playing around a little with the Custom HTML Element in the Maps designer. When i selct a sensor on the left pane and then drag the element onto the map it works well. When I enter simple html like <a href="some.link.com">link</a> into the HTML Before field it works perfectly well.

If I do the same with some more complex code like

<script type='text/javascript'>
<!--
if(typeof my_custom_id == 'undefined')
{
    var my_custom_id = 1;
}
else
{
    my_custom_id++;
}
document.writeln('<a id=\'my_custom_id_'+my_custom_id+'\'/>');
var sensor_id = document.getElementById('my_custom_id_'+my_custom_id).parentElement.getAttribute('objectid');
document.write('<a href=\'http://servername/api/getsensordetails.xml?id='+sensor_id+'&username=prtgadmin&passhash=XXXXXXXXXXXXX\'>XML Live data for Sensor #'+sensor_id+'</a>');
-->
</script>

it fails. Once I hit the Save-Button, it seems to open a new window in which it tries to execute the code without the context of the map code.

If I take the HTML code of a map and copy it into a new file and then manually add my custom code to the right spot it seems to work. Any idea how I can overcome this and use the HTML Before field to enter the custom code from above? Using PRTG 12.

Thanks for your help in advance.

Kind regards

api custom-html html

Created on May 16, 2012 11:40:56 AM by  maengling (80) 1 1



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Hi,
I'm afraid it is not possible to use Java Script in the HTML Before/After fields of the object properties. But you might consider creating a own map object if you are in need of more complex structures. A detailed guide can be found here.
Best regards

Created on May 16, 2012 12:46:05 PM by  Konstantin Wolff [Paessler Support]



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