I have a Dashboard, where I want to parse multiple default or initial Values to a Text Form Input.
I know I could use a checkbox or a multiselect input, but in my Case that won't help because there are to many Values. (Then the input box will take Place over my whole Screen)
For Example I want this:
<label>Enter a Service</label> <prefix>(</prefix> <suffix>)</suffix> <valuePrefix>service="</valuePrefix> <valueSuffix>"</valueSuffix> <delimiter> OR </delimiter> <choice value="HTTP">"HTTP"</choice> <choice value="FTP">"FTP"</choice> <choice value="SMTP">"SMTP"</choice> <choice value="SMB">"SMB"</choice> <choice value="udp_445">"UDP_445"</choice> <choice value="tcp_445">"TCP_445"</choice> <choice value="tcp_8080">"TCP_8080"</choice> <initialValue>HTTP,FTP,SMTP,SMB,udp_445,tcp_445,tcp_8080</initialValue>
Like in this Example (last Line) I want to parse multiple (But not all) Values to an Input but instead of using a Checkbox or a Multiselect input I want to have it as a Text Form Input.
Or can I for example set up a Variable with all the needed Values and use the Variable as the default/initial Value?
Sorry for my bad English and thanks in advance. 🙂
You can specify a comma separated list of values as default/initial value for a text box, like this
<input type="text" token="field1"> <label>field1</label> <default>one, two, three, four</default> </input>
How do you plan to use this?
Thanks for the quick reply. But this didn't seems to work for me.
I want to search, in the logs comming from the Firewall, for entries that contain specified PolicyIDs(specified by the default value of the user Input or by the Input that a user types in). Because there are so many IDs i can't use multiselect or a checkbox, because that will fill the whole screen and the user didn't have a real overview, if he has to select between 50 or more checkboxes.
What i basically want is this:
<input type="text" token="policyid"> <label>Enter a Policy ID</label> <default>1, 2, 3, 4, ...</default> </input>
In my search string i've tried both.
policyid=$policyid$ (For a Text Form input) and $policyid$ (For a Multiselect or Checkbox input).
But this didn't seems to work.