This widget allows building a hierarchy of existing maps while also displaying problem statistics with each included map and map group.
It becomes even more powerful if you link the Map widget to the navigation tree. In this case, clicking on a map name in the navigation tree displays the map in full in the Map widget.
Statistics with the top-level map in the hierarchy display a sum of problems of all sub-maps and their own problems.
To configure the navigation tree widget, select Map navigation tree as type:
In addition to the parameters that are common for all widgets, you may set the following specific options:
|Show unavailable maps||Mark this checkbox to display maps that the user does not have read permission to.
Unavailable maps in the navigation tree will be displayed with a grayed-out icon.
Note that if this checkbox is marked, available sub-maps are displayed even if the parent level map is unavailable. If unmarked, available sub-maps to an unavailable parent map will not be displayed at all.
Problem count is calculated based on available maps and available map elements.
Navigation tree elements are displayed in a list. You can:
To configure a navigation tree element, either add a new element or edit an existing element.
The following navigation tree element configuration parameters are available:
|Name||Enter the navigation tree element name.|
|Linked map||Select the map to link to the navigation tree element.
This field is auto-complete so starting to type the name of a map will offer a dropdown of matching maps.
|Add submaps||Mark this checkbox to add the submaps of the linked map as child elements to the navigation tree element.|