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dpetzel Rank: Brown Belt 1,141 posts since
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Nov 11, 2011 2:28 PM

Subcomponents

I was toying with the idea of a modeler in which a component had subcomponents. IE you have an application as a component, and that application might have say two (or more) HTTP Listeners as subcomponents of the application, where I might want to trend HTTP stats on each listener.

 

Or another example might be a SQL Server where databases are the components, and tables are subcomponents of the database.

 

I found this: http://community.zenoss.org/message/36249 so the concept of subcomponents looks easy enough to pull of, but I'm curious how would subcomponents be displayed in the UI? Would/Could they be nested beneath the component?

 

Any one done something like this, have any screen shots of how it looks?

  • j053ph4 Rank: Green Belt 290 posts since
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    1. Nov 11, 2011 4:18 PM (in response to dpetzel)
    Re: Subcomponents

    I did something like that for my IBM MQ zenpack, basically the subcomponents and components show up in the GUI as components of the device:

     

    http://community.zenoss.org/docs/DOC-12919

     

    here the MQQueue and MQChannel are subcomponents of their MQManager (you can see in the screen)

     

    Joseph

  • Chet Luther ZenossEmployee 1,302 posts since
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    3. Dec 18, 2011 10:36 PM (in response to dpetzel)
    Re: Subcomponents

    Right now there's no way to get a nested display of components on a device. The UI component and API feeding it just isn't setup to handle subcomponents.

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