The status LED is essentially a status icon image with different coloring. Which icon to display is determined in the following way.
- It there is a server configured status icon for an object (namely the object is classified by the object with status icon classification), that icon is displayed as the status LED;
- Otherwise, UBIK® searches for a locally/client configured status icon to display;
- If none of the above exists, a default icon is displayed.
If an object is classified by the status color classification and has a valid status color, the color value is used to colorize/tint the icon displayed in the status LED. Otherwise, the icon will be displayed in its original color.
In the ContentBrowser's object list (either root list or child list) the status LED is shown for respectively configured objects.
Changing the icon or the colour
If the property isn't hidden or write-protected, the colour can be changed by editing the respective property. Same goes for the actual icon.
Another possibility is the respective properties being hidden but adjusted automatically by customizing, either on the server or on the client (programmatic customizing is required for the latter).
Status color classification
Details of the classification UUID and the relevant property STATUSCOLOR can be found here.
The STATUSCOLOR property has to be an integer property describing the RGB value of the status color as a decimal number.
Object with status icon classification
Details of the classification UUID and the relevant property STATUSICONID can be found here.
The STATUSICONID property has to contain the Guid of an object classified by the status icon classification.
Status icon classification
Details of the classification UUID and the relevant property STATUSICON can be found here.
The STATUSICON property has to contain the byte stream of the icon image.