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Cisco Bug: CSCvi77195 - Dashboard Report View Widget Max Height

Last Modified

Jan 10, 2019

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Intelligence Center

Known Affected Releases

11.6(1) 11.6(1)ES1 11.6(1)ES2

Description (partial)

In CUIC 11.6, it appears that after approximately 31 rows at 14 point font, the report view table no longer expands its height to match that of the widget container to fill the entire space and forces you to have to scroll inside the table instead of allowing you to size the widget container to 100% of the height of the data so that you don't have to scroll inside the report widget and inside the dashboard. 

If I inspect the data table element, it looks like the offending HTML element is the max-height value on the div that holds the report data. Instead of having a height of 100%, it appears to have some sort of calculated max-height value instead. If I change the max-height value to be 100% in the browser inspector, it fixes the height issue. I don't see any configuration anywhere that allows you to control the max height of the report data within the widgets, so my guess is that you're going to tell me that this is just a current product limitation.

Overall, it looks to me like the max-height attribute of the div that encompasses the report grid in the dashboard widget, with class dgrid-scroller, has a value that is being calculated depending upon the zoom/ of the browser. I'm not sure why you wouldn't just want that value to always be 100% of its parent div. In versions previous to the interface redesign, the report grid would always adjust its height to the dashboard widget so you didn't have to scroll inside the report view and inside the dashboard.

CUIC 11.6 Dashboard Report
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