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  1. Hi @mkerfoot, have sent you a message with a YouTube link on how to get started with Google Apps Script web apps.
  2. Would be good to have STDOUT and STDERR as standard tokens. Though as they could contain a lot of content, would need a special view, opens in a new dialog to scroll through the content ideally in a console font, rather than the current method of viewing properties using the Info tab.
  3. At the moment, when a graph is defined on a datasource, the graph always appears against the DS object under the resource object. We would like to have the ability to define graphs on a DS but be able to not display them on the resource. Use case, we have graphs that we use for debugging that are added and removed when no longer needed. Would be easier if we could keep the graph but simply disable it.
  4. At the moment, when a collector executes a PowerShell script, the command line of the PowerShell process will expose credentials (the <removed> parts below example). The better way to do this would be to save the strings to temporary files (this would be done by the collector agent), and the PowerShell scripts should read the content from the files and pass as arguments to the script cmdlet. The problem with passing them in the command line is they are exposed in memory and malware could steal the credentials. PowerShell.exe -NoLogo -NonInteractive -InputFormat text -OutputFormat text -Command "& {$Password = ConvertTo-SecureString '<removed>' -AsPlainText -Force;$Credential = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PsCredential '<removed>', $Password;Get-WmiObject -NameSpace "ROOT\CIMV2" -Class Win32_PerfRawData_PerfOS_Processor -ComputerName "10.61.2.142" -Credential $Credential -Filter name='''_Total''' | Format-List }"
  5. Another reason why I'd like to pass the alert message through a script first would be for SSL cert alerts. Rather than "SSL cert will expire in n days" I would prefer to have it say "SSL cert will expire on <date>". With a alert message script we could perform that calculation.
  6. Just the ability to pass the alert message through a scripted function that returns a string back the alert handling process would meet many people's requirements in this space. The alert message script could be part of the data source same as discovery and collection scripts. At datapoint level would be nice, but even at module level, it would be fine as we could if()...else or switch() case for data points.
  7. I like the idea, but I would want the option to hide it by default or limit its visibility based on a role.
  8. This would be really useful. We had to develop our own internal map because we need weather overlay. We have global networks and weather affects network operations in many parts of the world.
  9. An option to hide the footer completely and reclaim this space for dashboard widgets would also be welcome.
  10. Yes! This is a big irritation for me as well.
  11. We organise our resources into groups that are our business services. We also use the device groups to define a hierarchy of the business service groups, so we have device groups that are used as taxonomy groups, simply to do nothing other than organise our hierarchy, and will never have any resources assigned to them. However, it's possible to accidentally drag and drop resrouces into these 'taxonomy' groups, or for a user to mistakenly select one of these groups. What I would like is to have a special resource group type which is used for defining resource group taxonomy only and cannot have resources assigned to it. The group's icon should also be different so that it is easy to know that this is a taxonomy group.
  12. The LM supplied JMX classes for Groovy don't support bean operations, at least not as far as I can tell.
  13. Please enhance data source features for JMX so that we can specify JMX operations (with arguments) to invoke, and use the result as the data source datapoint.
  14. Something akin to ServiceNow's Script Includes feature would be good.
  15. Thinking about this, I would find useful if an acknowledgeded alert that is place into SDT could also become automatically unacked at the end of the SDT. (I'd also like the ability to limit SDTs to no later than n days from timenow.)