There are a number of ways to sort the contents of maps and smartsets
depending on whether you are using Web Console or the Classic Console.
For the Web Console it further depends on whether you are using the
topology display of one of the columnar displays
1. For the topology display you select the Submap menu option
and click on the Sortby entry which opens a pulldown menu.
2. For the columnar displays there are sort buttons at the head of
For the Classic Console you select View -> Sort Submap By and pick one
of the entries.
It's all documented in the User's Guide for Beginners and the Web
Console User's Guide.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
On Behalf Of Michael_Noonkesser@bluecrossmn.com
Sent: Monday, November 07, 2005 10:12 AM
Subject: [nv-l] Map question
Solaris 8 Netview 7.13
Is there a way to sort the maps/smartsets by either ip or
My maps are a mess, I have nodes coming in as ip addess and some as
host_name, wondering if I can sort my maps sequentially to make things a
bit more organized.
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