Create a dashboard to visualize test results from the Test Monitor API or TestStand.
Test Monitor installs a default dashboard to help you visualize test data immediately. Edit the default dashboard or create
a new one to visualize test data that is important to you.
Before you create your dashboard, determine if you need to customize an installed Jupyter
notebook to execute and generate test reports relevant to your needs.
In NI SystemLink Web Application, click
On the sidebar, hover over Dashboard and click
If you want to use an existing dashboard
as a template for a new dashboard, click
. Complete the prompts and proceed to step 5.
For Source, select how you want
to generate the dashboard. Refer to the following table to choose the dashboard
you want to generate.
|Create new dashboard
||Build a dashboard from scratch.
|Add existing dashboard
||Access a dashboard in Test Monitor from the Dashboard
|Import dashboard file
||Upload a dashboard from another server as an
Depending on what you selected for the Source,
complete one of the following tasks:
The dashboard editor opens. The dashboard also appears under
Dashboard on the sidebar.
Enter a name for the dashboard and click OK.
Select the dashboard you
want to access in Test Monitor and click OK.
At the top of the editor, click
Panel Size and select
the type of device on which you want to monitor the dashboard.
Considering your goals and the type of dashboard you generated, customize the dashboard in any of the following ways.
Click New Tile and select the tile type you want to use to
Select a tile on the dashboard and modify
its data sources or properties.
Move a tile to another position on the panel.
Select an existing tile and delete it.
Disable the Edit toggle to view your dashboard.
The dashboard editor
automatically saves your dashboard whenever you make a change.
To make more changes, enable the Edit toggle.
To make this dashboard the default dashboard in Test
Monitor, hover over it in the sidebar and click
Test Monitor Dashboards
Find more dashboards you can use in Test Monitor on GitHub.