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How can I add icons that replace the cell.value on my table without using rangemap?

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Hi,

I want to add icons that replace the cell.value on my table without using range map.

How can I do that?

thx

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Path Finder

You'll need to use javascript if you're looking to use icons without rangemaps. Below you'll find a segment of my code that is placing icons in a table. Instead of a rangemap you'll see that this is choosing the icon based on conditionals and the cell value itself.

Go here if you have never used javascript with dashboards before. My code is expanding upon these concepts.

var CustomRangeRenderer = TableView.BaseCellRenderer.extend({
        canRender: function(cell) 
        {

            return _(['SLA']).contains(cell.field);
        },
        render: function($td, cell) {

             var template_settings="";
             console.log("cell: ", cell);

            if (cell.field === 'SLA') {
                var value = cell.value;
                if( value == '-1') {
                    $td.addClass('nopadding').addClass('range-cell').addClass('range-na');
                    // $td.text(value);
                    $td.text('N/A');

                    var msg='No Response Time SLA defined for this transaction.';
                    template_settings = '<div class="data-box" data-toggle="tooltip" data-placement="left" title="'+msg+'"><div class="sla-good"  style="background-color:#222222; width:100%"></div></div>';
                }
                else if ( value == '0') {
                        $td.addClass('nopadding');

                        var msg='Transactions failed response time SLA as defined in terms of 90th percentile'; 
                        template_settings = '<i class="icon-alert-circle" title="Failed"></i>';
                }
                else {

                        $td.addClass('nopadding');

                        var msg='Transactions passed response time SLA as defined in terms of 90th percentile';
                        template_settings = '<i class="icon-check-circle" title="Passed"></i>';

                }
            }
            $td.html(_.template(template_settings));

            //$td.children('[data-toggle="tooltip"]').tooltip();
        }
    });

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Path Finder

You'll need to use javascript if you're looking to use icons without rangemaps. Below you'll find a segment of my code that is placing icons in a table. Instead of a rangemap you'll see that this is choosing the icon based on conditionals and the cell value itself.

Go here if you have never used javascript with dashboards before. My code is expanding upon these concepts.

var CustomRangeRenderer = TableView.BaseCellRenderer.extend({
        canRender: function(cell) 
        {

            return _(['SLA']).contains(cell.field);
        },
        render: function($td, cell) {

             var template_settings="";
             console.log("cell: ", cell);

            if (cell.field === 'SLA') {
                var value = cell.value;
                if( value == '-1') {
                    $td.addClass('nopadding').addClass('range-cell').addClass('range-na');
                    // $td.text(value);
                    $td.text('N/A');

                    var msg='No Response Time SLA defined for this transaction.';
                    template_settings = '<div class="data-box" data-toggle="tooltip" data-placement="left" title="'+msg+'"><div class="sla-good"  style="background-color:#222222; width:100%"></div></div>';
                }
                else if ( value == '0') {
                        $td.addClass('nopadding');

                        var msg='Transactions failed response time SLA as defined in terms of 90th percentile'; 
                        template_settings = '<i class="icon-alert-circle" title="Failed"></i>';
                }
                else {

                        $td.addClass('nopadding');

                        var msg='Transactions passed response time SLA as defined in terms of 90th percentile';
                        template_settings = '<i class="icon-check-circle" title="Passed"></i>';

                }
            }
            $td.html(_.template(template_settings));

            //$td.children('[data-toggle="tooltip"]').tooltip();
        }
    });

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Explorer

I don't know if you can do it without rangemap. If you haven't already, take a look at the Traffic Light Visualisations App. Good examples there.

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