Unlike most WATS widgets, the Measurement widget needs some configuration to display data. To set up the measurement widget, do the following steps.
Add the widget to your dashboard
In the widget toolbox, select the "Add" tab and find the measurement widget. Use the (add) button to add it to the next available space of the dashboard, or use the (handle) to drag it into place.
This will display a black box with the instructions to assign a part number and a test operation.
Assign the correct test operation
Select the widget by clicking it, and click the EDIT tab of the widget toolbox. Find the filter property test operation in the list and click it to open the list. Select one or more test operations from the list. The one you select must correspond to the one your measurements are assigned.
Assign the correct part number
The next thing you need to do is assign a part number. If the measurement exists for more than one part number, wildcards can be used.
Setting the measurement path.
The last thing you need to do, is to input the measurement path. This path is made up by "MainSequence Callback" which is the default name for the root sequence, then all sub sequences are listed, and finally the step name. All elements are separated by a forward slash(/).
Example path for a single measurement path:
If the measurement is of multiple-type, you also need to include the measurement name separated by a double forward slash(//):
For more info on how to find the measurement path, please refer to this article.
Now save the widget settings and close the widget toolbox to review the result. Make sure your dashboard filter is set to include reports from this part number and test operation and with time range settings including measurement data.
Open the widget toolbox, select EDIT tab and se4lect the widget to alter the widget setting.