Adding Stratum Portal Services in Sharepoint

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      I am trying to create a dashboard in Office 365 Share Point online and am not sure how to add the Stratum Portal Services Folder to the categories list. Can anyone help me in figuring this out? I watched the insight course but didn’t see anything as to how to add the portal services.


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      As far as I know Stratum Portal Services cannot be installed in SharePoint online. We are doing some testing on this but so far have not been successful installing SPS on Office 365. I’ll update this thread with updates as we find out more.

      In the meantime you can display views from Stratum in SharePoint online using the pageviewer web part that is supplied by MS as part of SP online. You will need a URL to specify for the pageviewer web part. The URL would look something like this:

      The IsHidexxx options let you turn things off and on in the view.

      The ViewId can be found a couple of different ways, the simplest may be to open a view in Stratum and then put your cursor on one of the dimension values on a row (they should be displayed in blue, if not add another dimension to drill down to), with your cursor resting (don’t click) on the dim value in blue you should see the viewid in the string displayed in the lower left of your browser. I have tried this in IE11 and Chrome and it works in both cases.

      In the pageview we part you’ll probably need to adjust the height of the webpart. The width often does not need adjusting depending on the template and other content you have on the page. Using the pageviewer you can have multiple views on a single page and the views are active, so the user can use all the normal Stratum functions they are authorized to.

      Good luck!

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      As of version 6.6 you can now find the View Id in the properties window for the view. Just double click on the View name in the View Explorer or right click on the view name in the Grid or in the View Explorer and select Properties.

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