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MV Dashboard

MultiValue Dashboard allows you to select and present your critical business data with intuitive, web-based graphical interfaces and widgets, giving you the tools you need to make rapid business decisions based on real-time data.

  • UPGRADING MV DASHBOARD Complete the appropriate set of instructions for your implementation to upgrade t
  • UNINSTALL MV DASHBOARD UNIX This topic presents instructions for uninstalling MV Dashboard and optionally del
  • INSTALL MV DASHBOARD/MV CONNECT UNIX MV Connect is web application development environment for Multi-Value Pick system
  • UNINSTALL MV DASHBOARD WINDOWS This topic presents instructions for uninstalling MV Dashboard and optionally del
  • CONFIGURE MV DASHBOARD Now that you have installed the MV Dashboard, you should be able to connect to th
  • INSTALL MV DASHBOARD/MV CONNECT WINDOWS MV Connect is web application development environment for Multi-Value Pick system
  • INTRODUCTION TO MV DASHBOARD MultiValue Dashboard is a MultiValue CGI application that delivers the output of
  • GETTING STARTED WITH MV DASHBOARD MultiValue Dashboard is a simple, Pick-based web server that any developer can se
  • WIDGET PROGRAMMING ENVIRONMENT Developing dashboard widgets requires the creation of a BASIC program to provide
  • WIDGET TECHNICAL OVERVIEW The dashboard controller program, MVDB.MAIN, is the mainline program responsible
  • GENERAL WIDGET DEFINITION W$TYPE Type of widget output (See Appendix for a complete list). W$TITLE Title te
  • DEFINING LINKS IN A WIDGET All widget programs can use the variables below to add links to the widget. When
  • DRILL DOWN WIDGETS Any widget can create a drill-down link to any other widget. If you want a link t
  • EXTERNAL LINKS This advanced feature allows you to configure the widget links as external links.
  • ADDITIONAL FEATURES W$PRINTABLE If set to 1, a print icon is added to the widget’s title bar. Clickin
  • FUSION CHARTS DOCUMENTATION For complete documentation, see these websites:  http://www.fusioncharts.com/free
  • APPENDIX III: PDF GENERATION MV Dashboard can be configured to generate PDF versions of most widgets. An exter
  • WIDGET TYPES Each widget must declare its type and provide the necessary information for that
  • DEFAULT CHART OPTIONS Default Chart Options Each widget type has a set of default options defined in th
  • PIE CHARTS A pie chart widget can be created using the following widget types:  FC2DPIE - 2-
  • SINGLE-SERIES & MULTI-SERIES BAR, COLUMN, LINE & AREA CHARTS Bar, column, line and area chart widgets can be created as single-series charts,
  • TEXT TABLES Widgets can create HTML tables by setting the W$TYPE to “TABLE” and the following
  • HTML DATA tags as these are already included in the outer template for every dashboard. If
  • TEXT DATA Widgets can create text data by setting the W$TYPE to "TEXT" and assigning the W$
  • PROGRAMMING NOTES Multiple widgets may be defined to call a single subroutine. The subroutine may u
  • WIDGET TESTING & DEBUGGING MV Dashboard provides several tools to aid in debugging dashboard widgets: debug
  • INTEGRATION WITH OTHER APPLICATIONS MV Dashboard provides two special access methods by which other applications can
  • INTEGRATING WITH WEB SERVICE LOGIN To display any dashboard page like it had been selected by a user logged into MV
  • INTEGRATION USING EMAILED LOGIN MV Dashboard can be used as a vehicle for presenting reports generated by the hos
  • APPENDIX I: WIDGET OUTPUT TYPE CODES FCAREA2D Code Description TABLE Displays output in an HTML table structure. HTML
  • SPECIFYING COLORS The W3C has listed 16 color names that you can use: aqua, black, blue, fuchsia, g
  • THEME MANAGEMENT The administrative configuration widget allows an alternate logo and theme colors
  • APPENDIX II: OPTIONAL PARAMETERS Many of the widget types allow for the specification of optional parameters. Thes
  • OPTIONAL PARAMETERS FOR LINE, BAR, AREA, COLUMN, PIE AND DOUGHNUT CHARTS (2D & 3D) Background Properties bgColor=”HexColorCode” Sets the background color for the ch
  • OPTIONAL PARAMETERS UNIQUE TO COLUMN, LINE, AREA & BAR Canvas Properties for 2D Charts ONLY  canvasBgColor=”HexColorCode” Sets the backg
  • OPTIONAL PARAMETERS FOR TRENDLINES Trendlines are the horizontal lines spanning the chart canvas that aid in interpr
  • OPTIONAL PARAMETERS UNIQUE TO SINGLE SERIES & PIE CHARTS name=”string” Determines the name by which the set of data is represented in the
  • OPTIONAL PARAMETERS UNIQUE TO MULTISERIES & STACKED CHARTS name=”String” Determines the category name displayed on the x-axis as the data la
  • OPTIONAL PARAMETERS UNIQUE TO PIE & DOUGHNUT CHARTS Generic Properties shownames=”1/0” Option to show/hide the data names displayed a
  • OPTIONAL PARAMETERS UNIQUE TO 2D LINE CHARTS Line Properties lineColor=”Hex Code” If you want the entire line chart to be plot
  • OPTIONAL PARAMETERS UNIQUE TO 2D AREA CHARTS Area Properties showAreaBorder=”1/0” Option to show/hide the border. areaBorderTh
  • USER INPUT This feature is very similar to adding links to a widget; however, unlike the lin