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Configuring HTML Components for Build Your Own Reports

When you add a HTML component to a report, you must configure the appearance using HTML.

Before You Begin

  • To build and deploy reports, your CommCell user account requires a role with the Add Report permission and an association with the CommCell entity.

For more information on users, permissions, and associations, see User Administration and Security - Overview.

Procedure

  1. On the Web Console for the Private Metrics Reporting Server, click Reports.

    The Worldwide Dashboard appears.

  2. To open a report where you have already added a data set, at the top of the page, click Worldwide Reports > Report Manager , and on the Reports tab, next to the Report Name under Actions, click Edit.
  3. Optional: If your report has multiple pages, click the tab for the page that you want to edit.
  4. Drag HTML Component to the Drop components to build the report box.
  5. From the Data Sets list, drag an alphabetic-type field name to the Drop Data Columns box.

    By default, nothing appears in the chart.

  6. You can drop multiple field names into the Drop Data Columns box to plot additional information in the chart.
  7. Select the component, on the Properties tab, click General , and configure any of the settings.

    Configure the component settings under General:

    • To name the HTML component, in the Chart Title box, type a name for the component.
    • To configure a different ID for the HTML component, in the ID box, type a new identifier for the component.
    • To hide the header information, select Hide Header.
  8. On the Properties tab, click Fields , and configure any of the settings under Field Name:
    • To change the identifier for the field, in the ID box, type another field name.
    • To specify the type of numeric value to display for the field, in the Aggregate list, select one of the available options, such as Count or Avg.
    • To remove the field from the HTML component, click Remove Measure .
  9. To configure the appearance of the HTML component, on the Properties tab, click Custom Code :
    • In the Html Content box, enter HTML code.

      For example:

      :==
      var html="<table class=\"table\"><thead><tr><th>Error Code</th><th>Description</th></tr></thead><tbody>"
      for(var obj in rows){
      var rowObj = rows[obj];
      html = html + "<tr>"
      for(var prop in rowObj){
      if(prop === "ErrorCode"){
      html = html + "<td><a target='_blank' href='http://kb.commvault.com/#!/?q=%22"+rowObj[prop]+"%22'>" + rowObj[prop]+"</a></td>"
      }else{
      html = html + "<td>" + rowObj[prop]+"</td>"
      }
      }
      html = html + "</tr>" ;
      }
      html = html + "</tbody></table>" ;

      return html;

    This image is an example of the HTML component with HTML Content configured:

  10. To save this version of your report specification in the Reports Manager, at the top of the Report Builder page, click Save.
  11. To make the report available to end users on the Reports page, at the top of the page, click Deploy.

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