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Table Row Highlighting, using non numeric

edwinmae
Explorer

I am using the table_row_highlighting.js and the table_decorations.css from the 'latest Splunk 6.x Dashboard examples.

I have 1 field named State and the result is either Running or Stopped.

When I do a 'table' search, everything is green and all the 'results' under State (field) is NaN

Does NaN refers to Not A Number.

Example entry I use, tried all kind of differ combinations, using =, ==, 'Running', "Running", etc.) -- Nothing seems to work, so I am likely missing something here

if (cell.field === 'State') {
if (value == 'Running') {
$td.addClass('range-cell').addClass('range-running');
}

}

How to change this Splunk Dashboard example to use non-numeric?

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gcusello
Legend

Hi edwinmae,
You should downloaf and install the "Splunk 6.x Dashboard Examples" App (https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/1603/)
See "Table Formats" dashboard there are two examples that answer your need.
Bye.
Giuseppe

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gcusello
Legend

Hi edwinmae,
You should downloaf and install the "Splunk 6.x Dashboard Examples" App (https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/1603/)
See "Table Formats" dashboard there are two examples that answer your need.
Bye.
Giuseppe

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edwinmae
Explorer

I did that as mentioned in the first line. Those examples contain numeric fields, not text fields.

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gcusello
Legend

Hi edwinmae,,
I don't know if you have the latest version of Splunk 6.0 Dashboard Examples, but in the "Table format" dashboard (New example) there are two examples with non numeric fields non present in the previous version of App.

In the following rows there are two examples: the first one for text fields and the second one for numeric fields

<format type="color" field="sourcetype">
<colorPalette type="sharedList"></colorPalette>
<scale type="category"></scale>
</format>
<format type="color" field="count">
<colorPalette type="minMidMax" maxColor="#31A35F" minColor="#FFFFFF"></colorPalette>
<scale type="minMidMax"></scale>
</format>

Bye.
Giuseppe

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edwinmae
Explorer

You were right --- Didn't notice the New Example
All fine now

Thanks!

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Cuyose
Builder

How did you fix this in your script, this still does not seem to address your original problem, coloring the whole row based on a text value in a cell.

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