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How to hide a search within dashboard XML?

sfatnass
Contributor

Hi

I want to hide a search request within dashboard XML for just using D3 forced directed graphs in an App (Splunk 6.x Dashboard Examples)

thx

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kbarker302
Communicator

I see - in that case, there are a couple of ways this could be done:

JavaScript

Edit the following JavaScript file used by the dashboard:

$SPLUNK_HOME$\etc\apps\simple_xml_examples\appserver\static\autodiscover.js

and add these three lines to the bottom of the file, before the last });

$('#panel2').hide();
$('#panel1').width('100%');
$('#panel2').width('0%');

CSS

Edit the following CSS file used by the dashboard:

$SPLUNK_HOME$\etc\apps\simple_xml_examples\appserver\static\dashboard.css

and add these lines to the bottom of the file:

div#panel1 {    
   width: 100% !important;
}

div#panel2 {    
   width: 0% !important;    
   display: none !important;
}

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kbarker302
Communicator

I see - in that case, there are a couple of ways this could be done:

JavaScript

Edit the following JavaScript file used by the dashboard:

$SPLUNK_HOME$\etc\apps\simple_xml_examples\appserver\static\autodiscover.js

and add these three lines to the bottom of the file, before the last });

$('#panel2').hide();
$('#panel1').width('100%');
$('#panel2').width('0%');

CSS

Edit the following CSS file used by the dashboard:

$SPLUNK_HOME$\etc\apps\simple_xml_examples\appserver\static\dashboard.css

and add these lines to the bottom of the file:

div#panel1 {    
   width: 100% !important;
}

div#panel2 {    
   width: 0% !important;    
   display: none !important;
}
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kbarker302
Communicator

If I understand correctly, make a copy of

$SPLUNK_HOME\etc\apps\<your app>\default\data\ui\nav\default.xml

and place it in

$SPLUNK_HOME$\etc\apps\<your app>\local\data\ui\nav\default.xml

(You may need to create the local folder structure if it doesn't already exist.)

Then, you can edit your local copy of default.xml. You can either comment out or remove entirely the following line:

<view name="search" default='true' />

Restart Splunk and you should no longer see Search in the top nav.

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sfatnass
Contributor

nop

i have a dashboard based on D3 forced directed (please see the APP "Splunk 6.x Dashboard Examples")

then in this dashboard there is two panel (the graph and the table stat)

i want to hide the panel contain table stat

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