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Using intentions in Static html page.

sanju005ind
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I am using StaticContentSample module to display text on a panel in a view. How do I go about making the text "clickable".For example if I click on the word DNS I should get sourcetype="DNS" in the Searchbar and If I click DHCP then should get sourcetype="DHCP". Please help this is urgent.

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gkanapathy
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

If you're using static content, you can't use intentions. Those are only applicable in Splunk UI XML. You could use an HTML form to construct a URL like:

flashtimeline?q=search%20sourcetype%3D"DHCP"

where flashtimeline is the name of the view you want to display in (it is relative to the current view in the current app), and the value of q is simply the URL-encoding of search sourcetype="DHCP" or whatever. If you use an HTML form with method GET and send a field with the value search sourcetype="whatever", the form submission will automatically URL encode, or you can call the javascript encode() function yourself to construct the URL, or you can simply pre-encode it in the static text.

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gkanapathy
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

If you're using static content, you can't use intentions. Those are only applicable in Splunk UI XML. You could use an HTML form to construct a URL like:

flashtimeline?q=search%20sourcetype%3D"DHCP"

where flashtimeline is the name of the view you want to display in (it is relative to the current view in the current app), and the value of q is simply the URL-encoding of search sourcetype="DHCP" or whatever. If you use an HTML form with method GET and send a field with the value search sourcetype="whatever", the form submission will automatically URL encode, or you can call the javascript encode() function yourself to construct the URL, or you can simply pre-encode it in the static text.

gkanapathy
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

add querystring parameters for "earliest_time" and "latest_time"

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sanju005ind
Communicator

However the time range defaults to Alltime.How can I change that.

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sanju005ind
Communicator

Thanks Kanapathy.It works for me.

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