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* the data visibility will still remain the same as on the dashboards.
* instead of the return hyperlink you can add a narrative in the report layout and create a back link to the custom web tab in the Postfix section of narative. Regards, Abeer @ Sakonent Edited by: sakonent.com on Sep 30, 2010 12:05 PMback <a/> in the Postfix section of narative.
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Edited by: sakonent.com on Sep 30, 2010 12:05 PM
Thank you so much for your reply. Now, I got confirmation that, dashboard's book gets carried to custom web tab.
We want to create report that displays custom objects belonging to my default book. But we also want the user to be able to see custom objects belonging to All Books. Two seperate reports but want to embed them in dashboard or custom web tab as different pages.
I think we can achieve this by adding filter at report that book = "all" and for my book related report filter that custom object's book = user's default book. (theoritically this seems possible) but how do i implement this approach.
Lots of great knowledge here! The one issue I am having is with the URL I am using for publishing my custom dashboard as a web applet or tab. I have only been able to use the URL from opening the dashboard normally in the dashboard tab and this returns a web applet that is of the entire CRM On Demand page (including all the tabs, search prompts, etc) and I just want the dashboard itself to be visible. Does anyone know how to overcome this issue?
Check the url that you are passing. When you do properties, there will be 2 kinds of url, take the shorter one.
ur url should look something like this
I tried doing this to no avail...does anyone have another possible solution in using custom dashboard URLs in Web Tabs?