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Acknowledged Button in Data Table

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Hello,

I was wondering if there was a way or plans to include an acknowledge button on Data Tables on maps. When connected to the map via HTML URL, it would be extremely convenient to be able to acknowledge the alarm right there on the map.

At the very least, is there a way to enable right-click on these maps so that admins can open the device in a different tab in the browser.

It's not practical for us to install the Enterprise Console on all of our machines and this would make it a bit more streamlined when we're responding to an outage or conducting work.

acknowledge button data-chart

Created on Dec 5, 2016 3:35:34 PM by  Brotelho (0) 1



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Hi there,

I am afraid that is not possible. The data table objects are using basically the same structure as the API-Calls:

    id="<@objectid>"
    content="sensors"
    columns="sensor,status,lastvalue,minigraph,priority,favorite,probegroupdevice,message"
    sortby="probegroupdevice"
    infoheader="false"
    links="false"
    sortable="false"
    varexpand="tabletitle"
    tabletitle="@tabletitle"
    filter_tags="@tag(<@tagfilterstring>)"
    filter_status="5"
    filter_status="13"
    filter_status="14"

So you just can add the available columns of PRTG but no custom ones.

Created on Dec 6, 2016 1:05:34 PM by  Dariusz Gorka [Paessler Support]



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