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Poller transformations

Poller Transformation

Definition

Average

An average of the results of multiple pollers

Minimum

The minimum of multiple poller results

Maximum

The maximum of multiple poller results

Truncate

Truncates a polled value to a designated number of decimal places.

Example: Truncate({HiPrecision},4) truncates the result of the poller named HiPrecision to four decimal places.

ColumnAverage

An average of the column values in a polled table

ColumnMinimum

The minimum of a column of values in a polled table

ColumnMaximum

The maximum of a column of values in a polled table

ColumnSum

The sum of a column of values in a polled table

Temperature > Celsius to Fahrenheit

The Fahrenheit equivalent of a poller result originally presented in Celsius

Temperature > Fahrenheit to Celsius

The Celsius equivalent of a poller result originally presented in Fahrenheit

X to Kilobyte

The number of Kilobytes equivalent to a poller result originally presented in Bytes

X to Megabyte

The number of Megabytes equivalent to a poller result originally presented in Bytes

X to Gigabyte

The number of Gigabytes equivalent to a poller result originally presented in Bytes

X to Terabyte

The number of Terabytes equivalent to a poller result originally presented in Bytes

Kilobyte to Megabyte

The number of Megabytes equivalent to a poller result originally presented in Kilobytes

Kilobyte to Gigabyte

The number of Gigabytes equivalent to a poller result originally presented in Kilobytes

Kilobyte to Terabyte

The number of Terabytes equivalent to a poller result originally presented in Kilobytes

Megabyte to Gigabyte

The number of Gigabytes equivalent to a poller result originally presented in Megabytes

Megabyte to Terabyte

The number of Terabytes equivalent to a poller result originally presented in Megabytes

Gigabyte to Terabyte

The number of Terabytes equivalent to a poller result originally presented in Gigabytes

Parse

Using C# regular expression syntax, retrieves the first match for a provided poller result in a string poller result.

Example that returns 55:

parse((?<TempTell>)\d+), Current temperature is 55)

For more information about C# regular expressions, see the appendix Regular Expression Pattern Matching.