Analyzer Outcomes are the output of an analyzer and contain up to 4 attributes:
outcomes: - pass: message: The message to display below the title title: The title of the analyzer card uri: A link to display in the Read More icon when: A conditional to use when deciding if this analysis outcome is truthy
outcomes attribute in an analyzer is an array of outcomes, each under a field that identifies if it's a
Outcomes are evaluated in order until one returns true for the analyzer. Once an outcome returns true, no additional outcomes are evaluated for the analyzer. This allows you to write outcomes as you would a "select" or "switch" statement when programming. If there is no
when attribute on an outcome, it will always return true when executed and be the displayed result.
The title attribute contains a title to display in the analyzer card on the UI. This should be a short message since it's limited to one line. If the text provided extends over 1 line, it will be truncated with an ellipsis. The title attribute does not support markdown, it's rendered as a header element. Each analyzer contains a default title, if one is not provided in the spec.
The message attribute is a text message that shows in smaller font below the title. If this is not provided, there is no built-in or automatic text that is rendered here. The message attribute supports markdown and can be used to display links, bold, emphasis and other basic formatting.
When the uri attribute is present, a small "Read More" icon will be displayed on the card. This will be connected to the URI provided in this attribute.
Some analyzers implement the
when attribute. The details and implementation of this attribute vary between analyzers. For example, the cluster version analyzer uses this as a semver comparator, while the image-pull-secrets analyzer does not need
when, it's a simple, binary output.
In some cases, the
when attribute can be used with logical operators
== to compare values. Which of these operators are supported depends on the specific analyzer, but they both compare values. Other logical operators may be supported. For more information about the analyzers and example definitions, see the Troubleshoot Analyzer documentation and select a specific analyzer from the content list.