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Custom Report Filter failedreqper above 0%



I have build I custom report that lists top 10 ping filters by failedreqper which works great.

<div><#report type="statstable" columns="sensor,average,minimum,maximum,failedreqper,probegroupdevice" count="10" avg="300" sortby="failedreqper" showposition="true" clgid="<@clgid>"></div>

However I don't really want to see ping sensors that have failedreqper of 0%

Is there a way to only display sensors with failedreqper gt 0%?

custom-report feature-request reporting

Created on Dec 6, 2018 12:47:56 AM

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Managed to find it


<#report type="statstable" filter="filter_downtimetime=@above(0)" columns="sensor,uptime,uptimetime,goodreqper,downtime,downtimetime,maxdowntime,failedreqper,probegroupdevice" count="100" avg="3600" sortby="downtimetime" showposition="true" clgid="<@clgid>">

Created on Dec 6, 2018 6:04:31 AM

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