This requires Admin privileges to setup and Builder for implementation.
How can I embed iDashboards into a webpage? Customers may want the ability to add multiple charts or dashboards to a webpage. This can be accomplished via using standard web technology utilizing the iFrame and a special URL.
iDashboards has the ability to be embedded into webpages. Embedded Viewer Mode is used for embedding a chart or dashboard in another webpage, such as a company intranet or portal page. A Public Access User Account is required for it to function. It is designed to maximize the use of screen space. A single chart or dashboard is always displayed initially, and the only way to open additional dashboards is through drill-downs or other links.
The following example are formatted for how they would look in your source code:
Your iframe must have the ‘name=”Frame_Name”’ tag in the source code:
<iframe scrolling='no' frameborder='0' width='1300' height='700' name="dash_frame">
This link shows an example of this feature.
Using the following example format in the source code:
<!-- This IFRAME displays iDashboards in embedded viewer mode. -->
</div> This link shows an example of this feature.
This parameter is required. This is a sub-application for iDashboards. This instantiates embedded viewer mode. It can be called from iDashboards Enterprise or X Platform and can also be called from Cloud PAL.
?guestuser=<guest user name>
This parameter is also required. It can only be a Public Access (guest) user, not a standard user. Public Access Logins can only be performed for a Public Access User Account. A Public Access user account is a user account that has been designated as the guest user account, and thus has the added capability of guest logins. The username of the designated Public Access User Account is displayed on the home screen of the Administrator console. A Public Access User is NOT a standard account. It is an ADD ON option for iDashboards and requires a license upgrade.
&chartID=<chart ID> or &dashID=<dashboard ID>
This parameter is also required. This is the value of the chart or dashboard ID representing the chart ID of the chart or dashboard ID of the dashboard to which the Public Access user account has view permission.
For More Information:
- iDashboards Admin Manual15.4 Embedded Viewer Mode
- Previously Read: Public Access License: Guest User
- Read Next: Embedding iDashboards into SharePoint OR Embedding iDashboards into PowerPoint
If the above is unable to resolve the issue, then please contact iDashboards Support for further assistance.