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Viewing the Command Center in an iFrame

To view the Command Center in an iFrame, additional settings must be added on the Command Center computer. After you add the additional setting, you can link to individual pages of the Command Center in an iFrame, from a third-party application. For example, to link to the Applications page on the Command Center, add the URL as follows:

<iframe src="http://hostname:port/adminconsole/applications" height="90%" width="90%" id="webConsoleIFrame"></iframe>

where:

  • hostname is the hostname of the computer where the Command Center is installed
  • id must be webConsoleIFrame

Procedure

  1. To the Command Center computer, add the disableSameOrigin additional setting as shown in the following table:

    Property

    Value

    Name

    disableSameOrigin

    Category

    WebConsole

    Type

    BOOLEAN

    Value

    true

  2. To hide the Command Center navigation pane and header bar, do one of the following:
    • To hide the navigation pane and header bar in the iframe and to display them when users access the Command Center directly, add the noFrame=true query parameter to the end of the Command Center URL:

      http://hostname:port/adminconsole/app.do?noFrame=true

    • To hide the navigation pane and header bar in the iframe and when users access the Command Center directly, to the Command Center computer, add the additional settings as shown in the following table:

      Additional Setting

      Category

      Type

      Value

      bareFrameMode

      Hides the navigation pane and the header bar.

      WebConsole

      BOOLEAN

      true

      bareFrameNavMode

      Hides the header bar.

      WebConsole

      BOOLEAN

      true

  3. Restart the Tomcat services on the Command Center computer.

Related Topics

Branding the Command Center

Last modified: 10/16/2018 10:03:11 PM