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How to create a key display in Prognosis WebUI (or how to publish a dashboard to the WebUI)

How to create a key display in Prognosis WebUI (or how to publish a dashboard to the WebUI)

Do you have a display that was created by Professional Services or one that you created yourself that you would like to be able to view in the Prognosis WebUI? If so this article will provide the steps needed to publish a display to the Prognosis WebUI and map that new dashboard as a key display.

  1. Within the Prognosis GUI Client you will need to right click on the display in the Document Navigator Window and select "Send to Web...".
  2. You will be prompted for your credentials and have the option of testing the connection as well. Once the display has finished sending to web you can open the WebUI of your Prognosis node.
  3. Within the WebUI click on the Admin link in the upper right.
  4. In the left hand selection window select the Navigation link.
  5. In the Key display area click the Add Display button.
  6. You can name the dashboard anything you want in the Shortcut Label but it is recommended to name it similarly to the display name or the purpose of the display.
  7. In the Add URL for Key Display here: field you can enter the name of the display along with any needed options. For example you will likely need to define the defaultNode with "?defaultNode=current" on the end of the display name. 
  8. You can click the Test button to ensure the display is populating as you expect before clicking the Add button.
  9. With the display added you can click on the View Systems link in the upper left and then locate your display in the Key Displays and Mashups tab of the Navigation window.
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