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Custom Filter in Reports



Hello Paessler Team,

we are using PRTG for 2 years now and are very pleased with the Product.

I'm trying to create a custom report which gives me the System Uptime as a List ( Sensor wmiuptimesensor ). This works great. But i only want to have the Sensors in the list whitch are over 200 days. I created a custom report whitch is shown in the template dropdown.

Now im hoping that i can filter the sensor list like this:


<#report type="statstable" filter="filter_uptimetime=@above(0)" ......

Something like that:

<#report type="statstable" filter="filter_wmiuptimesensor=@above(0)" ......

I tried much but it wont work. Im honest i dont understand the syntax for filtering. Could you by any chance be able to help?

I hope i could enunciate me and the Problem.

Thank vou very much in advance

Björn Bechtold.

custom-filter custom-report report-filter

Created on Aug 7, 2014 6:17:28 PM

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thank you for your KB-Post. I'm sorry, such a filtering (only sensors with values above xxx) is not possible in Reports. Please try using the Top-Reports instead where the Sensors will be ordered according to the highest / lowest values.
I will put this on the wishlist though, maybe it can be covered with alternative reporting options.

best regards.

Created on Aug 11, 2014 2:07:27 PM by  Torsten Lindner [Paessler Support]

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