I'm taking the freedom, to write here, just, to see, if, maybe, it would be possible, to get, some, of your support
(it would be, regarding, query parameters, in a dashboard URL)
So, just, to describe, the scenario:
We are creating, a dashboard, using Splunk Enterprise Dashboard Studio (version 8.2.5)
In that dashboard, we have placed, some inputs (3 normal dropdowns, 3 multiselect)
Now, as, you may, probably, imagine, for each input, we have, an associated token (token1, token2, etc.)
(so far, I guess, it's clear 🙏🏼)
Now, as you may, probably, know, when we use, a Classic dashboard (and, when we access, a specific one), we, in the dashboard URL, can, see, the inputs names (and their values)
(just, to provide, with a basic example):
(so, as we can see, with a Classic dashboard, this, all, is, good)
Now, in our case, we are using, Dashboard Studio
(as, you may, probably know, here, the URL, gets displayed, slightly different)
In our example:
Now, our client, asks, if, when accessing this dashboard, it would, be possible, to see, the inputs (and their values), in the URL (just, as we do, in Classic dashboards)
(as per my research, I haven't been able, to find, this possibility)
To sum up:
Kindly wondering, if, maybe, some of you, would be, kind enough, to provide, with some guidance 🙏🏼
Thanks a lot!
Dear @tshah-splunk ,
Thank you, very much, for your answer!
I'm coming back, to this topic, cause, after presenting, your idea, to the customer (I mean, we, definitely, appreciate, your time, and support! 🙏
So, yes, thank you, very much, for that!)
Now, our customer, would like (I mean, don't know, if, maybe, this, is, possible 🙏)
Anyway, they would like, that, when, the user, changes, the value, of (let us say) input1, from, (let's say) valueA, to, valueB; then, the parameter, in the URL, would, also, get, updated
(to sum up)
The URL, would change, from
Don't know, if, maybe, this, is, something, that, we, could, possibly, achieve 🙏
Thanks a lot!
That is exactly how the URL will change if a user changes the value from the selected input. If URL is the only thing that you want, then the way you have mentioned in the above post is the way to move forward with.
I couldn't find any documentation supporting this. But, I have one server with me and have created a sample dashboard using the Dashboard Studio. I verified that inputs can be set in the URL and the same dashboard loads with the input value passed in the URL.