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5418 Jan 2010 @ 05:55 PSTViewpointReplyViewpoint - where to start as a newbie ?Strongman,You will want to post these questions on the Teradata DevX in the Viewpoint forum. This forum is no longer updated/active.http://forums.teradata.com/forum/viewpoint
5317 Sep 2009 @ 03:15 PDTViewpointReplyCould we plot a trend line in any chart or metric ?Jian, I'm not quite sure what you are asking? Can you clarify? In terms of plotting a trendline, both the SparklineWidget and the GraphWidget should help you to accomplish this task.
5209 Sep 2009 @ 07:51 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentJian, Were you able to get the above example working?
5103 Sep 2009 @ 01:31 PDTViewpointReplyViewpoint Extended LoggingPhil, All the logging is controlled by the $CATALINA_HOME/common/classes/log4j.xml file. That functionality should be on by default. I would compare the current production server's log4j.xml wit...
5003 Sep 2009 @ 09:38 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentJian, Let me preface this post by recommending that you go back and review the technology that you are currently working with. A thorough understanding of the technology is essential for develop...
4902 Sep 2009 @ 12:23 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentJian, You CANNOT use the <vp:sparklineWidget /> tag with this method. As I walked you through in earlier posts, you need to build a custom javascript controller. The javascript controller ...
4802 Sep 2009 @ 09:00 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentJian, Can you please post your .jsp summary code? You are getting a java exception when your .jsp trys to render. My guess is that you are trying to pass the "doubleSparkline" string you have cr...
4718 Aug 2009 @ 01:25 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentJian, You will still need to follow my example above (the sparkline6.htm example). You have all the code you need to complete this task in the above examples. The functionality is NOT built into...
4618 Aug 2009 @ 08:27 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentJian, The multi-line sparkline did not exist in 13.0.0.1, so I have modified the example code slightly. public SparklineWidget getDoubleSparklineWidget(List myDataList) { SparklineWidget re...
4512 Aug 2009 @ 11:17 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentJian, On the server side, you need to retrieve the data that you are interested in displaying to the user. A SparklineWidget model object then needs to be populated with the data you have retrie...
4412 Aug 2009 @ 10:53 PDTToolsReplyWhat tool (SQL Assistant?) do I use to browse a Teradata database?przemb, Use the TMODE connection parameter in the URL of your system to connect to Teradata in ASNI transaction mode: jdbc:teradata://yourSystemName/TMODE=ANSI
4323 Jul 2009 @ 04:33 PDTViewpointReplyUsing the TableSpaceDAOAh, it's stripping it out: QueryResults<TableSpace< ts = tableSpaceDAO.getTableSpace (id, startTime, null); The second part on the earlier example should be: List<TableSpace> r...
4223 Jul 2009 @ 04:31 PDTViewpointReplyUsing the TableSpaceDAOYou are defining the QueryResults generic type as having TableSpace objects, so: QueryResults ts = tableSpaceDAO.getTableSpace (id, startTime, null);
4123 Jul 2009 @ 11:12 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentJian, You just need to make sure the tdcommons-taglib-...jar is included in your project. You can then import the the class in your code: import com.teradata.tags.util.SparklineWidgetUtils; ...
4022 Jul 2009 @ 03:08 PDTViewpointReplyUsing the TableSpaceDAOFirst, you need to strongly type your QueryResults (ts) object rather than use the raw type, otherwise you will have to do ugly casting that can cause problems down the road. So, change: QueryRe...
3922 Jul 2009 @ 02:53 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentJian, To give you a basic example, I am going to use a prebuilt sparkline so we will be on the same page. I am going to use the sparkline6 example that exists in CommonsWeb. To view the example,...
3822 Jul 2009 @ 02:29 PDTViewpointReplyHow to Specify a TableWidget Width in portletJian, Try two things: 1. Try removing a width and height from the chart to see if it draws it correctly for you. 2. Try making your width and height a much smaller value (smaller than the si...
3721 Jul 2009 @ 02:51 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentI am working on getting an example up for you Jian. I will have it for you soon.
3621 Jul 2009 @ 02:49 PDTViewpointReplyHow to Specify a TableWidget Width in portletTry sticking your widget in a container div that has overflow viewable: <div style="overflow:auto;"> <vp:tableWidget context="${context}" model="${simpleTable}" refreshInterval="10" re...
3521 Jul 2009 @ 02:44 PDTViewpointReplyHow to Specify a TableWidget Width in portletJian, If you are trying to make the portlet wider to fit all your columns, this will not work. There is code in place that prevents the portlet from widening beyond it's size. Rumplestiltskin's ...
3417 Jul 2009 @ 09:58 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentCan you post the error so I have a better idea of what the problem might be? If you are currently using FireFox, I recommend you install Firebug to help you debug. Firebug will usually help you nar...
3316 Jul 2009 @ 08:11 PDTGeneralReplySite does not seem to work under IE6Random_Thought, They are still working on getting this site completely IE6 compatible. There are a few kinks that still need to be worked out. Keep in mind that this is still a beta site. Hav...
3216 Jul 2009 @ 08:06 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentApparently the forum strips out .xml style code... So for now, assume each line in this example has a opening and closing tag around it: vp:sparklineWidget label="sparkline1Label" context="${con...
3116 Jul 2009 @ 08:01 PDTViewpointReplyWidget developmentJian, You can definitely include multiple sparkline widgets on the page. In the Widgetopia example included with the PDK, it shows you an example of using multiple sparklines on the same page. M...
3002 Jul 2009 @ 12:23 PDTViewpointReplyWidgetsChange the function header to return a SystemHealth object type instead of a List Object.On a side note, I highly recommend you install/use an IDE such as Eclipse, ItelliJ, or NetBeans to help you ...

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