You use the dashboard command to import, export, share, unshare, delete, reorder, show, hide, and set the default summary for dashboards.

The dashboard command uses the following syntax.

dashboard -h | import|defsummary|export|share|unshare|delete|reorder|show|hide [parameters]

Table 1. dashboard Command Options

Command Name

Description

Syntax

dashboard import

Import a dashboard from a file and assign the ownership to a user account.

dashboard import -h | user-name|all|group:group_name input-file [--force] 
                      [--share all|group-name[{,group-name}]] [--retry maxRetryMinutes]
                      [--set rank] [--default] [--create]

dashboard export

Export an existing dashboard to a file.

dashboard export -h | user-name dashboard-name [output-dir]

dashboard defsummary

Import a dashboard from a file and assign the ownership to a user account.

dashboard defsummary -h | input-file|default 
                          --adapterKind adapterKind --resourceKind resourceKind

dashboard share

Share an existing dashboard with one or multiple user groups.

dashboard share -h | user-name dahsboard-name all|group-name[{,group-name}]

dashboard unshare

Stop sharing a dashboard with specified groups.

dashboard unshare -h | user-name dashboard-name all|group-name[{,group-name}]

dashboard delete

Permanently delete a dashboard.

dashboard delete -h | user-name|all|group:group_name dashboard-name

dashboard reorder

Set the order rank for a dashboard, with an option to make it the default.

dashboard reorder -h | user-name|all|group:group_name dashboard-name 
                       [--set rank] [--default]

dashboard show

Show a dashboard.

dashboard show -h | user-name|all|group:group_name {,dashbaordname}|all

dashboard hide

Hide a dashboard.

dashboard hide -h | user-name|all|group:group_name {,dashboardname}|all