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Splunk Dashboard Examples

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Overview
The Splunk Dashboard app delivers examples that give you a hands-on way to learn the basic concepts and tools needed to rapidly create rich dashboards using Simple XML. This new app incorporates learn-by-doing Simple XML examples, including extensions to Simple XML for further customization of layout, interactivity, and visualizations.

With the app you will learn basic Simple XML concepts and how to incorporate the built-in components. All the included examples deliver a recipe for implementing dashboard elements, beginning with the most basic and progressing to more advanced elements. Each example in the app includes an actual runtime visualization followed by a description and supporting source code.

Release Notes

Version 7.0.1
Sept. 19, 2017

What's New:
- Added compatibility with Splunk Enterprise v7.0
- Renamed app label to "Splunk Dashboard Examples" (support now extends beyond 6.x)
- Added example for new charting enhancements (new in v7.0)
- Added example for new event annotations (new in v7.0)

Version 6.6.1
May 17, 2017

Fixed typo in Parallel Coordinates example.

Version 6.6.0
May 2, 2017

What's New:
- Compatible with Splunk Enterprise v6.6
- Added example "Display Search Time Range" for displaying the earliest and latest time range in the element title or elsewhere
- Added example for advanced conditional matching using eval expressions
- Added example for trellis visualization layout (new in Splunk v6.6)
- Updated drilldown examples to reflect new capabilities via the drilldown ui editor (new in Splunk v6.6)
- Updated custom visualization examples to reflect the new 6.4 custom viz API

Version 6.0
Sept. 26, 2016

What's New:
- New example "Set tokens on page load" to leverage the new <init> token setter (new feature in Splunk 6.5)
- Updated "Custom token definitions" to leverage new global tokens now available via $env:foo$ (new feature in Splunk 6.5)
- Updated "Display Controls" to reflect new shorthand syntax for specifying this url arguments (new in Splunk 6.5)
- Updated "Eval Token Expressions" to reflect new consolidated search event handlers as progress+done (new in Splunk 6.5)
- Updated several table format examples to leverage new conditional table formatting feature (new feature in Splunk 6.5)
- New example "Search Refresh and Refresh Display" to leverage the new element refresh behavior support in dashboards (new feature in Splunk 6.5)
- Updated "Drilldown URL Field Value" example to reflect new token filter for "No Encoding" (new in Splunk 6.5)

Version 5.0.1
April 5, 2016

What's New:
- New "Recursive Search Post process" example (new in Splunk v6.4)
- New "Data Sampling Mode" example (new in Splunk v6.4)
- New "Table Column Width" example (using custom extensions)
- Updated several examples to the Splunk v6.2 style search syntax
- Fixed a bug in "simple_event" where the search syntax was incorrect
- Updated "Eval Token Expressions" to include new syntax support (now allows for $token$ substitution)

Version 4.0
Sept. 4, 2015

What's New:
- Compatibility with Splunk 6.3 (refer to tags that indicate version compatibility)
- Updated "Single Value Element" example based on changes to Splunk 6.3
- New Single Value natively supports trend indicator, sparklines, and color controls
- Updated "Map Element" example to highlight new choropleth map type and alternative tile sets
- New "Table Element with Hidden Fields" example
- New "Single Value With Color" example to highlight advanced color controls
- New "Choropleth Maps" example to highlight new geospatial viz type in Splunk 6.3
- New "Choropleth Map Color Modes" example to highlight range of color controls
- New "Null Search Swapper" example to highlight new search value setter use case
- New "Search Result Setter" example to highlight new search event handler in Splunk 6.3
- New "Eval Token Expressions" example to highlight new eval expression support within token setter
- Updated "Link Switcher" example as this is now a native form input within Splunk
- Updated "Custom

Version 3.0
Oct. 28, 2014

What’s New:
- Compatibility with Splunk 6.2 (refer to tags that indicate example version compatibility)
- Bubble chart example
- Table row expansion example
- Updated search examples to use new search syntax
- New custom viz example driven by a form input
- Sankey custom viz example
- Drilldown tool to display available tokens
- Custom token links to control hide/show of rows/panels/elements

Upgrade Instructions:
- App can be upgraded via standard methods (from file, from app browser, or from CLI)
- Note that you may need to clear your browser cache for some of the updates to be visible

Version 2.0.1
May 6, 2014

What's new:
- Fixed compatibility issue (now supports Splunk 6, 6.1)
- Note that not all examples will work with Splunk 6 (tags on the contents page denote version compatibility)

Upgrade Instructions:
Due to many of the changes made in this version, you must first delete the prior version before installing
- Delete prior version from the file system
- Install this v2.0.1 version

Version 1.0
Sept. 30, 2013

v2.0 - compatible with Splunk 6.1
v1.0 - compatible with Splunk 6

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