Reporting

If I embed iframes into a website, can I still allow the user to export the data?

smcdonald20
Path Finder

We send monthly reports to our users summarizing a lot of data e.g. user accounts, machine info, logs etc.
We want to create a portal/website that users can log into, where they can view AND export the reports.

I can VIEW the data, but want to know if its possible for the user to EXPORT too?

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cmerriman
Super Champion

I would say yes. I haven't done it with a report, but we have a dashboard and all the functions we allowed on the dashboard are on there so users can export the PDF and inspect the search, etc. We just have the

<iframe src="dashboard URL" seamless frameborder="no"  scrolling="no" width="1200" height="2500" ></iframe>

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cmerriman
Super Champion

I would say yes. I haven't done it with a report, but we have a dashboard and all the functions we allowed on the dashboard are on there so users can export the PDF and inspect the search, etc. We just have the

<iframe src="dashboard URL" seamless frameborder="no"  scrolling="no" width="1200" height="2500" ></iframe>
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