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Cisco Bug: CSCuj81423 - CSM: Event Viewer "Auto Resize Column" Preferences Not Saved / Dynamic

Last Modified

Jun 07, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Security Manager

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Description (partial)

"Auto Resize This Column" and "Auto Resize All Columns" preferences are not properly determined/saved/dynamic.

The column(s) width appears static (set to have accommodated the largest value for the column(s) at the time the user chose "Auto Resize This Column" or "Auto Resize All Columns"). Once a larger (longer) value/data appears, the column(s) is once again too short/small to display the entire value (i.e. the column(s) is not actually "Auto Resizing"). This can be frustrating for users as it results in them having to manually right-click and choose an "Auto Resize" option again for every view they use, potentially every single time the views' data changes.

Using an affected version of CSM (Cisco Security Manager)'s Event Viewer client application, if a user right-clicks on any column header two (2) relevant options are included: "Auto Resize This Column" and "Auto Resize All Columns". If the user chooses either option, the column(s) is resized to accommodate the largest *currently-displayed* value for the column(s). When the user closes the Event Viewer client, they are prompted to save the change with a notice stating that changes include "Table preferences like column list, order, and width, and sort order". If they Save the change, the next time they access the saved view in the Event Viewer client, the column(s) size will be the same width it was when they saved it (not automatically re-sized based on the value/data currently shown in the column(s)).
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