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Is it possible to put the drilldown click.value into the panel's title?

jravida
Communicator

Hi folks,

I have a panel that uses the depends="$host_token$" to pass the value of the host clicked on in the panel to a new stats table panel's query. I want the hosts value to appear in the panel's title when it pops up. Is it possible?

1 Solution

stephanefotso
Motivator

In your panel just do somethink like this:

  <table>
    <title>my title with $host_tok$ </title>
    <search>
        <query>this is my query AND host=$host_tok$ | stats list(foo) by bar</query>

  </table>

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stephanefotso
Motivator

In your panel just do somethink like this:

  <table>
    <title>my title with $host_tok$ </title>
    <search>
        <query>this is my query AND host=$host_tok$ | stats list(foo) by bar</query>

  </table>

jravida
Communicator

Must've been thinking too hard. I tried to do it in the gui originally and it just put $host_tok$ everytime. Thanks a million!

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stephanefotso
Motivator

Lets see your sample code please

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jravida
Communicator

It's on my dev so I can't copy and paste it but there isn't a lot to it:
First panel sets token:

<set token"host_tok">$click.value$</set>

And passes it to the next query:

    <query>this is my query AND host=$host_tok$ | stats list(foo) by bar</query>

So I want that $host_tok$ value to show in the panel's title.

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