[icinga-devel] graph_url next to action|notes_url
cmaser at gmx.de
Thu Oct 14 08:31:09 CEST 2010
m Mittwoch, den 13.10.2010, 17:47 +0200 schrieb Sven Nierlein:
> Hi Michael,
> > On 13.10.10 17:05, "Michael Friedrich" <michael.friedrich at univie.ac.at>
> > wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> as I am currently working on finishing an Icinga productive environment,
> >> we came across the problem that action_url's are used for sth else, not
> >> allowing the pnp urls everywhere (multiurl patch is nice, but with the
> >> templating of pnp not really usable).
> >> it came to my mind, that implementing a new attribute would be such a
> >> killer feature which might be usable.taking care of the neb api and
> >> modules then, but i do think that this will be more benefit than
> >> everything else, having such things in classic ui and icinga-web then.
> >> optional in the first place, but users might migrate easier then. and it
> >> will enhance e.g. pnp(4icinga) too.
> i dont think its a good idea to add another url attribute. (And you would have to add a grapher_icon too).
> I was thinking about something like that in Thruk too, but i would like to have a more generic one. For example
> a _HTML_SHORT and _HTML_LONG custum variables. This way it would be still compatible to nagios and you dont
> have to add another attribute for every single link. The next person wants to have a wiki_url with wiki_icon and
> so on... till we end up with 20 different *_urls and *_icons.
> The _HTML_SHORT is for the status_detail page and the _HTML_LONG is for the extinfo page. This way you would have
> the full flexibility of html without the workarounds of using a grapher_url with quotes.
> Would be nice if we find a solution for both, Icinga and Thruk.
But does it have to be so generic and flexible? If we hab fixed
documented new attributes everyone can use them right away. Its much
more concrete then a fluffy put-your-own-html-stuff here variable.
Personally I rather have 200 fixed configuration directives for
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