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    Default Real-time dashboards

    Sorry if this is a really basic question. I am interested in the possibility of building real-time dashboards that update automatically to show the current status of metrics stored in a database. Can pentaho be used to do this?

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    Default Real Time Dashboards

    Quote Originally Posted by mikepaterson View Post
    I am interested in the possibility of building real-time dashboards that update automatically to show the current status of metrics stored in a database. Can pentaho be used to do this?
    Dashboard Components are generated on the server as images and html, and then requested by the browser client. If you need something a little less then real time (every minute or so) you could use custom client-side javascript to request an update of the dashboard page automatically.

    Hope this helps!

    Will

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    Default Real time

    You can use JSP libs : "ajaxtags" : http://ajaxtags.sourceforge.net/

    Go to screen shots http://ajaxtags.sourceforge.net/screenshots.html

    You can see a "portlet like" example, it is a part of your web app that can be refreshed every x second (or not), with minimize options...

    You can load your chart in this portlet, you 'll get a real time chart
    Tcho

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    Thumbs up Flash gauges

    I was looking for applets initially, then for SVG, but came by http://www.maani.us/gauge/

    In combination with some ajax update mechanism... now that would be cool...

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    Thumbs up And SVG....

    and finally SVG:

    http://technology.amis.nl/blog/index.php?p=325

    Turning this into a jsf tag... with some ajax... that would be cool
    Last edited by kukeltje; 03-18-2007 at 09:41 PM. Reason: edited, found something nicer, more appropriate

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    Quote Originally Posted by kukeltje View Post
    and finally SVG:

    http://technology.amis.nl/blog/index.php?p=325

    Turning this into a jsf tag... with some ajax... that would be cool
    I took the generated example above and made it dynamic, meaning some movement. comments?
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