Link's class ID.
Link's client data. See a more detailed description below.
A timestamp when the link was created.
A timestamp when link's state was last updated.
Link's manual state.
An array of link's operations.
The ID of a user who owns the link.
An array of link's properties.
The ID of a link's source object.
Link's state ID.
An array of link's tags.
The ID of a link's target object.
A timestamp when the link was last updated.
Client data is a set of fields that correspond to various link's UI settings. The fields are specified in the JSON format and stored on a server as a string. The table below contains a description of all fields from the set:
An array of plots. Each plot is stored as an array, the first element of which is the ID of the plot, the second one is a mathematical formula for metrics to be displayed on the plot.
A collection of object's metrics names whose plots should be collapsed. Each record of the collection is a pair, the first element of which is a metric's title, the second one is a boolean value. If the value set to
The style of a link shape. Available options:
An array of properties' keys whose values should be displayed on a link's headline.
An array of plots' IDs displayed on a joined plot.
A collection of link's sections names that should be unpinned. Each record of the collection is a pair, the first element of which is a section name, the second one is a boolean value. If the value is set to
Whether to show a link's arrow.
An array of widgets configured for the object.
documents, stat, entity-settings, monitoring, entity-state-conditions, entity-incident-conditions, state-triggers, stat-rules, properties, operations, state-history, audit-log.