Organic Dashboard

First, it’s been a long time since I worked with this product. I’m finally in an environment that will allow me to build a dashboard. The last dashboard I made was a single-file dashboard. Thankfully, the PowerShell universal is easy to work with. I have been able to make the charts, tables, and collapsible like before, but I don’t know how to make the organic links like before. I sadly, don’t have the completed code. I only have how I called the orangic code.

Here is a snippet of the code that would call the “groups” page. Of course, there was no page with this name, but however, I had UD, it would make a page on the fly.

Name = (New-UDLink -Text $Group.Name -FontColor “#0000cc” -Url “/pages/$($Group.DistinguishedName)” -OpenInNewWindow)

I don’t know how to pass the variables like I did back then.

I did find the custom items:, but I haven’t been able to figure out how to make it work.

Any help would be awesome. Thank you.

Product: PowerShell Universal
Version: 1.4.6

Current Code:

$Navigation = @(
    New-UDListItem -Label 'Home' -Icon (New-UDIcon -Icon Home) -OnClick {
        Invoke-UDRedirect -Url '/home'
    New-UDListItem -Label 'Groups' -Icon (New-UDIcon -Icon Users) -OnClick {
        Invoke-UDRedirect -Url '/groups' 
    New-UDListItem -Label 'Computer' -Icon (New-UDIcon -Icon Users) -OnClick {
        Invoke-UDRedirect -Url '/Computer' 
$HomePage = New-UDPage -Name 'Home' -Content {
    New-UDRow -Columns {
        New-UDColumn -SmallSize 12 -MediumSize 12 -LargeSize 12 -Content {
            New-UDDynamic -id "ComputerList" -Content {
                $Computers = invoke-command -ComputerName eros -ScriptBlock {Invoke-SqliteQuery -DataSource "C:\ProgramData\Admin Arsenal\PDQ Inventory\Database.db" -Query "Select * from Computers"}
                new-udtable -Columns @(
                    New-UDTableColumn -Property 'IsOnline' -Title 'Online'
                    New-UDTableColumn -Property 'Name' -Title 'Computer Name' -IncludeInSearch -IncludeInExport -Render {
                        New-UDLink -Text "$($" -url "/PDQ/$($" 
                    New-UDTableColumn -Property "OSName" -Title "OS" -IncludeInSearch -IncludeInExport
                    New-UDTableColumn -Property 'BootTime' -Title 'Boot Time' -IncludeInExport
                    New-UDTableColumn -Property 'IPAddress' -Title "IP" -IncludeInExport
                    New-UDTableColumn -Property 'MacAddress' -Title "Mac Address" -IncludeInExport
                    New-UDTableColumn -Property "Currentuser" -Title "User" -IncludeInSearch -IncludeInExport
                ) -Data $Computers -ShowPagination -ShowRefresh -ShowSearch -ShowExport -Title "Computers" -ShowSort -PageSize 20 -Dense
            } -AutoRefresh -AutoRefreshInterval 600

$Computer = New-UDPage -Name 'Computer' -Url '/pdq/:computer' -Content {
    New-UDTypography -Text "$Computer"
$Groups = New-UDPage -Name 'Groups' -Content {
    New-UDTypography -Text 'Groups'

New-UDDashboard -Title 'Rows and Columns' -Pages @(
) -Navigation $Navigation

After a lot of digging, I figured out what I was doing wrong.

new-udtable -Columns @(
                New-UDTableColumn -Property "Name" -Title "Name" -IncludeInSearch -IncludeInExport -ShowSort -Render {
                    New-UDLink -Text "$($" -url "/PDQ/PageComputer/$($eventdata.computerID)"-OpenInNewWindow
} -data $SomeData
$PageComputers = New-UDPage -name "Computer Info" -Url /PageComputer/:ComputerName {
     New-UDTypography -Text "$ComputerName" -Variant "h5"

Basically, I didn’t realize that The URL is the custom event, and beyond the / was being fed into the page. The Documentation shows it as Page1?test=123 and that test were going to be fed in. That is where I became confused.

Now I can create organic dashboards. Thank you once again for an amazing product.