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RangeFilterState Class

A state of the Range Filter dashboard item.

Declaration

export class RangeFilterState

Remarks

The code below shows how to specify a predefined period (6 months) to a Range Filter when you set a dashboard state:

public btnClick() {
  var state: DashboardState = { 
    // ... 
    Items: {
      "range": {
        RangeFilterState: {
          PeriodName: "6 Months"
        }
      }
    } 
  }
  this.dashboardControl.setDashboardState(state);
}

The code below shows how to apply a custom period (from January, 2017 to June, 2018) to a Range Filter when you set a dashboard state:

public btnClick() {
  var state: DashboardState = { 
    // ... 
    Items: {
      "range": {
        RangeFilterState: {
          Selection: {
            Minimum: new Date(2017, 0, 1),
            Maximum: new Date(2018, 5, 1)
          }
        }
      }
    } 
  }
  this.dashboardControl.setDashboardState(state);
}

Use the DashboardControl.setDashboardState method to apply a dashboard state to the loaded dashboard.

Properties

PeriodName Property

Specifies the name of the available predefined periods.

Declaration

PeriodName?: string

Property Value

Type Description
string

A string that specifies the name of the available predefined periods.

Remarks

You can use the ViewerApiExtension.getAvailablePredefinedRanges method to get names of the predefined ranges available for the specified Range Filter / Date Filter.

Selection Property

Specifies the selected range in the Range Filter dashboard item.

Declaration

Selection?: RangeFilterSelection

Property Value

Type Description
RangeFilterSelection

A RangeFilterSelection object that specifies the selected range in the Range Filter dashboard item.