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How can I link only the workseet in my own web pages?

KyuJang Lee Sep 12, 2017 12:20AM PDT


I made some worksheets in Seeq workbook, and I want to link the workseet in my own web pages as like "http://Seeq_Server:34216/workbook/...../worksheet/....".
But I cannot open directly the workseet before openning login page.

Is any way to link only workseet in my web page without login?


KyuJang Lee
Bridgeware Corp.

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Michael Talmadge Sep 12, 2017 03:49PM PDT Seeq Corporation Analytics Engineer

Dear Mr. Lee,

Unfortunately, if you are using a desktop version of Seeq, others will not be able to utilize the links to your workbooks. If this is the case, we suggest using screenshots of the Seeq content and posting images to share with others.

In server-based installations of Seeq, other users with Seeq accounts can gain direct access to shared content via link by remaining logged-in to the Seeq server upon closing the browser window. The user will also have to have sufficient permissions to access the Seeq content, which are defined by the Owner in Workbench “Access Control”. If a user with sufficient permission clicks the link to the WorkbenchAnalysis without logging out of Seeq, the server should recognize the user’s credentials and allow direct access to the content. If the user logs-out of Seeq and then clicks the link, he/she will be required to log-in again to view/edit the linked content.

Another option to enable others to view Seeq content (without having accounts on the Seeq server) is to (1) turn ON the “Guest Login” option located under “Administration” via drop-down menu in upper right corner of the Seeq Workbench and (2) allow “Everyone” access to the WorkbenchAnalysis under “Access Control”. Using this method, users without Seeq accounts will always reach the Seeq login screen after clicking the link. From the login screen, users can click “Continue as a Guest” to access the linked content.

If you are using Seeq R18, you can offer other Seeq users several different types of links under the “Get link” menu in the upper-right corner of the workbook display pane. Descriptions of each type of link are provided in the menu and below for your reference.

Edit Link: Use this link to collaborate with others. Based on the permissions you set, you can control what recipients can do after they click on the link. If they have only view-only access, then this link will be downgraded (for that user) to a View-only link.

View-only Link: Use this link to share with others while protecting the work you’ve done. Recipients will be able to see your data, look at different time ranges, and add other data – but none of their actions (aside from adding Comments in the Journal) will be saved. Even users that have Edit access will still be in a “sandbox” unless they click the Enable Editing button.

Presentation Link: Use this link to share a view that is suitable in presentations, reports and dashboards. No user interface elements will be present.

We also encourage you to utilize the new OrganizerTopic features introduced with R18, which enable collaboration, documentation and additional sharing capabilities. We have attached a link to the download page for R18 with the latest release and release notes: Here is a short YouTube video showing Seeq’s R18 Release Webinar.

Please let us know if you have additional questions.

Mike Talmadge | Seeq Corporation | | Tel: 206.801.9339 (x734)

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KyuJang Lee Sep 12, 2017 07:40PM PDT
Dear Michael,

It's good solution for me.
I found the document "Building a Worksheet from URL Query Parameters",
and so I wanted to know the viewing a worksheet from URL query parameters without log-in process.

Thank you for your reply.

KyuJang Lee

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