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10 Graph (classic)

Description

These parameters and the possible property values for the respective dashboard widget field objects allow to configure the Graph (classic) widget in dashboard.create and dashboard.update methods.

Parameters

The following parameters are supported for the Graph (classic) widget.

Parameter type name value
Refresh interval 0 rf_rate 0 - No refresh;
10 - 10 seconds;
30 - 30 seconds;
60 - (default) 1 minute;
120 - 2 minutes;
600 - 10 minutes;
900 - 15 minutes.
Source 0 source_type 0 - (default) Graph;
1 - Simple graph.
Graph 6 graphid.0 Graph ID.

Parameter behavior:
- required if Source is set to "Graph"
Item 4 itemid.0 Item ID.

Parameter behavior:
- required if Source is set to "Simple graph"
Time period
Time period 1 time_period._reference DASHBOARD._timeperiod - set the Time period selector as the data source.
ABCDE._timeperiod - set a compatible widget (Graph, Graph (classic) or Graph prototype with its Reference parameter set to "ABCDE") as the data source.

Default: DASHBOARD._timeperiod

Alternatively, you can set the time period only in the From and To parameters.
From 1 time_period.from Valid time string in absolute (YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss) or relative time syntax (now, now/d, now/w-1w, etc.).

Parameter behavior:
- supported if Time period is not set
To 1 time_period.to Valid time string in absolute (YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss) or relative time syntax (now, now/d, now/w-1w, etc.).

Parameter behavior:
- supported if Time period is not set
Show legend 0 show_legend 0 - Disabled;
1 - (default) Enabled.
Override host 1 override_hostid._reference ABCDE._hostid - set a compatible widget (with its Reference parameter set to "ABCDE") as the data source containing the host.
DASHBOARD._hostid - set the dashboard Host selector as the data source containing the host.

This parameter is not supported if configuring the widget on a template dashboard.
Reference 1 reference Any string value consisting of 5 characters (e.g., ABCDE or JBPNL). This value must be unique within the dashboard to which the widget belongs.

Parameter behavior:
- required

Examples

The following examples aim to only describe the configuration of the dashboard widget field objects for the Graph (classic) widget. For more information on configuring a dashboard, see dashboard.create.

Configuring a Graph (classic) widget

Configure a Graph (classic) widget that displays a simple graph for the item "42269".

Request:

{
           "jsonrpc": "2.0",
           "method": "dashboard.create",
           "params": {
               "name": "My dashboard",
               "display_period": 30,
               "auto_start": 1,
               "pages": [
                   {
                       "widgets": [
                           {
                               "type": "graph",
                               "name": "Graph (classic)",
                               "x": 0,
                               "y": 0,
                               "width": 12,
                               "height": 5,
                               "view_mode": 0,
                               "fields": [
                                   {
                                       "type": 0,
                                       "name": "source_type",
                                       "value": 1
                                   },
                                   {
                                       "type": 4,
                                       "name": "itemid.0",
                                       "value": 42269
                                   },
                                   {
                                       "type": 1,
                                       "name": "reference",
                                       "value": "RSTUV"
                                   }
                               ]
                           }
                       ]
                   }
               ],
               "userGroups": [
                   {
                       "usrgrpid": 7,
                       "permission": 2
                   }
               ],
               "users": [
                   {
                       "userid": 1,
                       "permission": 3
                   }
               ]
           },
           "id": 1
       }

Response:

{
           "jsonrpc": "2.0",
           "result": {
               "dashboardids": [
                   "3"
               ]
           },
           "id": 1
       }

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